"This is a book of poetry. That's all the warning you're going to get.
These are poems for people who take bites out og their dogs, find appendages poking out of plugholes, murder poets with well-timed silences and live different lives fo the duration of each taxi ride. If you feel you can relate, step inside.
You are now morally obliged to read on."
Fourteen-year-old Sybil Harlow wakes to find a door in her bedroom that wasn't there before.
Big brother Avarice calls in the "specialists" - Rusty Halo and his partner
Dacre Knox, two gentlemen claiming to specialise in the unusual.
They soon find that The Door is like nothing they've encountered before;
what follows is a week of sleeplessness, questions and exposed secrets.
Where is this door from and where might it lead? Rusty Halo means to know,
taking the case with a mind to chase it to an eventual payday,
soon realising it'll cost him more than just his precious time.