After completing the Camino De Santiago, Peter joins a project working with the homeless. In a converted, run-down Victorian-era hospital, the hundred and eighty residents haunt the streets of one of the wealthiest areas in western Europe.
In this collection of short stories, we meet a refugee from Eritrea coming to terms with living without a face covering for the first time. A thirty-year Irish street drinker who dreams of finding his dead son alive. A bare-knuckle boxer and his kitten. An artist hooked on heroin and his parent’s lawyers who guard his inheritance. Amidst the violence, drug abuse, madness and despair, and the highs of the London club scene, Peter discovers it is through the cracks that the light shines in.