Jerry has a traumatic past that leaves him subject to psychotic hallucinations and depressive episodes. When he stands accused of stealing a priceless Van Gogh painting, he goes underground, where he develops an unwilling relationship with a woman who believes that the voices she hears are from God. Involuntarily entangled in the illicit world of sex-trafficking among the Hollywood elite, and on a mission to find redemption for a haunting series of events from the past, Jerry is thrust into a genuinely shocking and outrageously funny quest to uncover the truth and atone for historical sins.
Through Epiphany we are taken down a very dark road into the world of sex trafficking. The author doesn’t hold any punches when it comes to giving the reader an insight into this dark and truly disturbing world.
At times I thought this book was quite bonkers. Jerry and Epiphany are two characters that to start with just felt like they had totally lost their marbles. As the revelations started coming though, I saw everything in a different light. The revelations are certainly quite disturbing and left me questioning everything like Jerry was.
Epiphany Jones is quite a quirky novel. It is very different to anything I’ve ever read before. It actually left me at a loss for words, which takes some doing believe me.
A very different but highly enjoyable read.
My thanks to Karen at Orenda Books for a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
Goodreads rating 4/5 stars.
Epiphany Jones is available to purchase from Amazon.