Bold and irreverent, this is essentially a work of fiction, Arnold's stories are a blend of humour, cynicism and terror. He extracts episodes from religious texts, personal observations and legends of faith that abound in the sphere of faith and spirituality. The stories project an amplified, yet truthful account of the terrible and the ridiculous. The book does not blaspheme any belief, for nothing he says is a departure from what is already woven into the written texts. Yet this remains a work of fiction with superstitions and reality blended into one disturbing narrative.