Mís opposition to the modern, celebrity-driven world attracts followers, including the narrator, who want something to believe in. The narratorís growing obsession with Mís project mirrors Mís growing obsession with Amanda, an actress and the epitome of modern celebrity. Mís fateful encounter with Amanda tests whether his project is a work of genius, or a more troubling aspect of his, or the narratorís, obsession.
Purgatory is a curious place. A way station for undecided Souls. Bureaucratic, perplexing, and ambiguous. Not a destination of choice. Especially L Section, abode for Liars, Losers, and Leeches. But even these Souls must transition. Both Sides vie for them but is one way really better than the other? Is anything really what it seems?