Ever revel in the wonder of your inner world? Ever wonder if ours is a universe that smiles with us when we grow and evolve, and its processes are nurturance to that end? Meet Me at the Apex smiles, and yet it will shake you from your comfort zone and goad you toward transcendence-whatever your path. At times, you will find it hilarious and it will carry you to heights of joy, and yet is capable of dragging you through pits of sorrow; it's sublime and ethereal, and yet there are moments when it is sensual, raw and earthy; it's iconoclastic and controversial, and yet it celebrates as sacred each person's belief and path.
This diary of protagonist Josh Denton's three-day stream of consciousness while buckled by illness forces readers to inspect even their most entrenched beliefs, whether God-fearing or atheistic. Josh Denton's hiatus quickly becomes a luring toward epiphany, his path to which is intense processing of events and enigmas.