Beer, cigarettes, and maybe a dirty magazine to pass the time. That’s all Paul wants when he steps into the local gas station. Instead, he witnesses a supernatural event.
Definitely not on his list for the night.
Now Paul is discovering things he wasn’t ready for…like the fact that he now seems to have bizarre powers. Instead of embracing his gift and fighting to save the world, Paul finds himself questioning his destiny. Everyone who knows him would agree—Paul is not the person you’d bet on to save the world. While he wants to prove those people wrong, he can’t help but agree with them.
He’s not cut out for the job. All he wants to do is go back to that night at the gas station and change the “choose your own adventure” option. Even as he thinks this, something is pushing him in another direction. His life path is changing toward one he’s subconsciously avoided his entire life. As the world crumbles into chaos, Paul finds himself clinging to the possibility of redemption, even if he doesn’t want to admit it to himself.
Paul has one big question for the divine comedian running the show: how the hell is someone who can’t keep a house plant alive supposed to save the world?