Andrew is an Army pharmacist whose past tragedies caused him to crawl into a bottle. With help from old friends and a new friend, he's trying to find a better way. What caused his decline and can they help him find his way out before it's too late? What will he do when he discovers that it's not just his mortality on the line, but his fate is intertwined with millions of others? More
Andrew is an Army pharmacist who works with soldiers who have returned from war with scars both visible and those more internally held. His own history with tragedies informs his ability to connect with his patients, but has also driven him to alcoholism. Andrew has problems. He's despondent about his work, he's angry with God about how his life has turned out, his car is a piece of junk, he's convinced he's turning into wallpaper, his best friend doesn't seem to be helping much, and he's become... apathetic about life in general. With the help of some old friends and a new one he may just be able to be saved, but can they save him in time? What will he do when he finds that his own fate has been inexplicably intertwined with that of millions of innocent people?
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