everything else is extra.
I would like to tell you a story. It's not a great story, but it's not necessarily a terrible one either. I just don't want you to start reading this with some expectation, only to be disappointed when the climax settles and you have the feeling of being left without.
You see this story is really a collection of events best told bit by bit, and not to mention in excrucia- no not excruciating, but extreme- detail. It's not that the details are important at all to the story progression so much as it is to explain that the stories protagonist is extremely good at recognizing his particular environment, then always finds a way to mess it up, but that's besides the point.
So the detail must be great, so must the action. No, unfortunately nothing really happens to our hero. He does however have an arch nemesis. Not in the you ruined my life I want revenge kind, just simply a miscommunication that turned bitter. Unfortunately the details of that particular part of the story are not important to tell.
What is important is the fact that despite the lack of danger and an unimportant arch nemesis, this story will take you beyond laying belly down on your bed, off the edge of your seat, and out passed the open door. By all accounts and measures this story has its share of suspense, unexpected outcomes and plot twists.
Our journey doesn't start in a typical place, that is to say, as most stories goes this one starts in a place that is most likely never going to be mentioned again in the story passed being just a place to begin. It was a quaint place, not to modern, or outdated. Neither dirty nor clean, it just was.
This is the story of a life, would you like to experience it with me?