Quirky characters and Twilight Zone atmospheres abound when mild-mannered Michael receives an unusual gift- access to a supposedly non-existent 13th floor of an office building. So begins an adventure of darkly screwball fantasy, romance, mystery, mayhem, magic, and a roller coaster ride finale as Michael races the clock to prevent the end of the world as... well, as we don't know it. More
After receiving an unusual gift- temporary access to the 13th floor of a building that supposedly doesn't have one- Michael's uneventful and rather dull life is suddenly turned upside down. In a matter of days the local cops suspect him of murder, the FBI are thinking espionage, a pair of mob enforcers are trying to collect on a large loan he never borrowed, there's a fresh grave in his backyard and a dead body in his car that he can't seem to dispose of, and he's either about to be fired from his job for a stupid mistake or given a huge promotion because a Yorkshire Terrier peed on his face.
And that doesn't even include the really weird stuff happening on and emanating from the 13th floor.
Romance, sex, mystery, mayhem, magic, and a deep dish helping of iguana philosophy. With enough twists and turns to rival the Kama Sutra, and a roller coaster ride finale as Michael races the clock in an effort to prevent the end of the world as... well, as we don't know it.
April 33 is a fantasy adventure of darkly screwball humor and Twilight Zone atmospheres; graced with a large cast of delightfully eccentric, quirky, and just plain bizarre characters. And Michael, as narrator, is a truly fresh and original voice.