Eden Amador explores the current hierarchy of pleasure which operates in western society. In a vibrant text which shows a passion for philosophical concepts, she impulsively places reality in her own words. With both lyricism and a periodic application of crude logic, Amador is relentless in her attack on the philosophical distinction of mind and body. She isn't afraid to expose her internal uncertainty to her new approach to life and thus adheres cynically yet firmly to an inherently meaningful world. Her work appears intentionally difficult to pin down. Literary radical? Poet? Philosopher? Or working class fool? It's up to the reader ultimately to decide as all knowledge for Eden is, "A relation of objective material facts." While sometimes careless in terms of details, she is consistently digging up new gems for herself to consider further and kindly gives us a look into her own process in this rare and phenomenal text.