by D.G. Raasakka
Sunder’s Department Store stands as a three-story, white-bricked monument to fashion, commercialism, and self identity for Norah Schultz in downtown Highborough, MN. Norah becomes intertwined in the antics of one of her employees—a hyper-introverted weakling named David. Both characters feel the need to claim the store as their own through a series of enlightening, deviant, and illegal actions.