Jerry’s simple life is free from expectations and responsibility. He prefers to keep himself to himself these days, even though it can be hard and lonely. His life on the streets centres around where his next bottle of cider will come from. That is his only comfort, the single thing that can block the searing guilt and keep the overwhelming terror at bay.
A conversation with his only friend leaves him with a choice to make: will he continue with life as it is, or take a huge risk which may open the dark pit of misery and terror? OUT THERE is a tale that shows how easy it is to fall through the safety net of society and the obstacles preventing access to help and support.
It is a thought-provoking story that will stir emotions and make the reader more aware of some of the complex issues of the most marginalized members of our society.