Apartment 23A is a work that will blow your mind. It is a work of a person who I would love to meet who blends both detail and insanity in equal measure. The work jumps back and forth in a way that will keep you guessing as where it will end up. The main character Robert Jenkins is a talented and dangerous psychopath. The strength of Apartment 23A by Eugene Cusie is the gradual and I do mean gradual revelation of who Robby Jenkins really is. His ex-wife Samantha and mother-in-law Wanda are dead - or they? His parents are dead and how did they die? He had dreams of digging in a hole, trees burning around him, and a book found in a box - is it a Grimoire or a Bible? Robert sleepwalks and those around him are concerned. All in all, Robert exists in his world and stays there, the better part of him protecting him from the outside world. The approach of A 23A is from his own mind, the reality around him, and the visions that drive him forward.
I should give fair warning that if you are of somewhat unstsble mental balance, it would be a best bet on the nature of the writing to Never read this in its entirety; this would not be advised. The writing is that good that it weaves fantasy and reality with equal measure. Each section leads to another and closer to the answers you get, you don't....reslly wsnt to know.
Eugene Cusie's previous work Finding the Flower Girl was a reading of discovery and the same applies to Apartment 23A. Read every word, learn who this man is, follow the clues placed along the way, and you be led to never where you wished to go. And then...don't expect the neat and pat answers. Like most of what we call life, some of the answers only make sense to those who experience them. If you're still with me & you want to know more about this book (and you should), download it and tell the writer his works of fiction are that damned good. Eugene Cusie has never disappointed me yet.