"Are we in public right now, or not?"
Twelve people, old friends and new acquaintances, have abandoned everything they knew to create a self-contained society in a former shopping mall. Welcome to A Better Place.
"I'm not in charge at all. I'm just a facilitator."
With the right blend of personalities, it could be paradise. But what about with this mix? Everyone's thrilled to escape the drudgery of their former lives, but too soon they find themselves treating this Utopian experiment like a five-year vacation, full of sex, drugs, violence, and political intrigue.
"Are you sure you want to do this right now? With your friend stuck somewhere in a dog cage?"
As their idealism deteriorates, our heroes face a rising tide of catastrophe. Can they find a way to work together to keep their new world alive?
"No one needs an ambulance? That’s fine. I’ll go get the mop."
Stranded in Sunshine is the unique debut novel by Eric Henderson, a comic soap opera about a new kind of civilization teetering on the brink between the ridiculous and the sublime.
Twelve people. No authority. Eleven official versions of the truth.
"Okay- so who are we gonna eat first?"
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