A modern-day Alice in Wonderland melded with the satirical humor of Catch 22. A fantasy in which a girl named Kat inexplicability falls from the sky into a world populated by animals who behave like humans. The anomaly here, Kat quickly discovers, is herself.
Set against the backdrop of what may or may not be a young girl’s afterlife, this seductively-enchanting story poses these timeless yet timely questions: If heaven exists, a supposed realm of eternal bliss, how would it avoid becoming monotonous? Can harmony and controversy coexist? If so, what could God possibly have in mind?
Heller’s iconic novel Catch 22 defined a concept which is now embodied in our lexicon: A situation in which a desired solution is impossible to attain because of a set of inherently illogical rules and conditions. Inspired by this notion, heretofore plays with a similar illogic: You can be anything you want to be once you know who you are. Paradoxically, by realizing this, you begin to lose your sense of self.