Being the mayor’s (okay, ex-mayor’s) son comes with a lot of pressure. Pressure to conform, perform, and live up to expectations. But Julian’s opting out of it all, living on his girlfriend’s couch, dealing drugs, and letting the days pass empty and unfulfilled. It . . . wasn’t too bad, to be honest.
At least, not until Dana flushed his stash, and booted him into the street.
Alone, adrift, and jonesing, Julian’s running out of options. And the tiny town of Piney Bluff is swiftly running out of safe harbors for its most fortunate son.
An awkward, wince-worthy, and hilarious companion piece to creator Jon Allen’s previous work, The Lonesome Era, Julian in Purgatory is a wild safari through one kid’s bad choices and worse consequences.