The Gun #2
Intended for mature audiences
Norman is a good man bagged in a big sack of loser. He has always done "the right thing," and the right thing has never brought him anything but misery. Crap job. Crap life. Wife gone. The one point of light in his dark, dismal bucket of existence is his children. But he is failing even them. He's starting to realize that there is no just reward. The world is what you make of it, what you take of it. At the end of his rope, he decides to take what is owed him. And, as the world comes crashing around him, he decides to take hold of fate, and fate comes in the form of a gun.