The Society of Experience

By Matt Cahill

The Society of Experience
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When his father - a distinguished writer - unexpectedly passes away, Derrick van der Lem's insulated world implodes, leaving a much stranger and crueler place than the one he knew. In the midst of his downward spiral, the mysterious Society of Experience asks him to take part ... Read more


Overview

When his father - a distinguished writer - unexpectedly passes away, Derrick van der Lem's insulated world implodes, leaving a much stranger and crueler place than the one he knew. In the midst of his downward spiral, the mysterious Society of Experience asks him to take part in a baffling science experiment involving time travel, with the possibility of changing his life and pulling him out of his rut. When the experiment begins to untangle, Derrick finds himself out of his depth and in the middle of a nightmare, with only the company of a beautiful stranger to steer him from chaos to heartbreak. Meanwhile, who are the society, and what are their true intentions for Derrick? Is time travel real, or is it yet another contrivance the Society has invented?

Part Philip K. Dick, part mystery, The Society of Experience is an inventive, fast-paced story of a man's journey for a better future through streets, alleyways and deserted buildings.

Matt Cahill

Matt Cahill is a Toronto writer. He writes novels, short stories and essays. He’s contributed work to Ryeberg, blogTO and Torontoist. His short story Snowshoe appeared in September 2014 with Found Press. Matt worked for twenty years in the film and television industry before coming to his senses and training to become a psychotherapist. He now has a private practice and is a member of the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario. Matt reads highfalutin books of all sorts, plays intermediate soccer and occasionally drums. Feel free to visit Matt's website, http://mattcahill.ca. You can also follow him on Twitter at @m_cahill.

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