Ever hear of the Six Degrees of Separation theory, sometimes referred to as the Human Web? It refers to the idea that we are all connected to each other by a chain of six intermediaries, we all have the potential to know each other through mutual acquaintances. The Little Insanity by Janus Kane proves that it is a small world after all with his tale of six people whose lives intersect in unpredictable ways.
Jenn has sex with Jason and gives him the brush off despite the fact he wants to see her again.
This is a story about relationships, addictions and deeply flawed characters. The chapters are short and they move along relentlessly. Each one focuses on a character but the lives of the cast become hopelessly intertwined in alarming ways. The twists and turns kept me reading and before I knew it, I had finished the book. Some situations may seem implausible but Kane makes it all work by giving his characters real life issues to deal with. I loved it!
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