THE E-BOOK EDITION
Server tells the story of a working class anti-hero, a man that attempts to retain his sense of individuality in a society that demands you follow along with the road map of capitalism - or else.
Scott Holden is part waiter and part writer and those two halves do not mix. The identity of artist clashes with the mundane routine of serving tables. The exploits of capitalism fill Scott with dread and a sense of anguish at losing touch with his dreams of becoming a published writer.
He watches others pass him by, some not bothered by the rat-race of money accumulation that forms the basis of modern American life. Scott recoils against being reduced to a number or set of numbers on a performance review. Are we not more than the sum of money in our bank accounts?
Server catalogs Scott's inner demons and paints the moments and scenes those monsters begin to consume him, body and soul. He can't acclimate himself to modern American life and finds himself an abandoned stranger looking in from the outside - alienated man.
Many ask me - what type of book is Server? I can't give an easy answer as many will find something different in the pages. To me this is a horror story that creeps with the story-chapter installments towards a shocking ending I can't wait for you to experience.
Step into the world of Scott Holden.
I present Server - the e-book edition.