Father, writer, and aspiring linguist. May be considered a backseat philosopher, armchair eschatologist, reluctant and sometimes not-so-proud member of the human race, also a spirit guide for weak-willed individuals struggling with basic concepts of living.
Jacob McAlister is institutionalized for an eating disorder. Inside the treatment center, he meets a girl named Ana who tries to teach him that there is more to life than wrestling and food. Jacob must learn the truth about himself before all he holds dear is flushed down the toilet.