In an anti-other political climate comes a novel giving voice to outcasts tyrannized by power.
Jacob is a boy growing up in the seventies in the Deep South who emerges from a family of sexual deviancy and alcoholism masked by religion and materialism.
Aided by a tribe of mentors, he learns to define who he is but struggles to find the balance between faith and sexuality. To embrace his true identity, Jacob must go on an exodus to face his demons and overcome the pressures to conform.
BOY IN THE HOLE is a gripping account of a boy wrestling to understand himself, his family, and the world in which he lives. It is a cathartic tale of an adolescent refusing to accept his parents’ toxic beliefs and the messages of self-hate from religion and society.