Brian’s sister just disappeared. He was never well to begin with.
New York City lawyer Brian Grant has everything he needs to be an upstanding member of society: a good job, an office with the view, and a fresh bottle of antipsychotics keeping him sane.He also has everything required to spiral into the abyss: childhood trauma, lifelong mental health issues, and a sister with her own diagnosis who has gone missing.
Discovering an email exchange between his sister and a Nigerian scammer, and her nearly full bottle of pills left behind, Brian heads to the police precinct. There he meets Detective Antoni Roset, a master at the art of doing the bare minimum, with a gnawing hunger for excitement which Brian’s predicament stokes. This isn’t the help Brian needs.
Now desperate to find his sister, Brian resorts to stopping his own medication in the hopes of entering her headspace. Leaving life as he knows it behind, he leaps into the surreal unknown, with Detective Roset by his side. In this mind-bending search for the truth, reality blends with insanity, interweaving the barriers between right and wrong. If Brian doesn’t find his sister soon, he is likely to become trapped in the maze of his own mind, and he might be so deep that he won’t even realize he wants out.
Glia is a story about perception. A nightmarish dive into relativity.
If you’re a fan of disturbing and dark psychological stories, you will enjoy Glia. Get it now.
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