As the heroin is running low, three junkies hiding out in an abandoned farmhouse somewhere in the middle of Ohio's corn country retrace what happened to them and try to explain how they got where they are. The conversations are tight and their retrospects, all interwoven, are vivid, told with a painter's vision and a songwriter's heart. Each of them were each on their way to wonderful lives, until despair and addiction landed them together in a rickety farmhouse with their tomorrows "black as midnight on a starless night." Redemption and ressurection become a forgotten memory until another junkie named Lucy stumbles into the house. What she brings is not only her chaos but a chance for all of them to make a change. Only thing is, they have to not only find the courage, but the will.Soper, Larry C. is the author of 'Farmhouse', published 2003 under ISBN 9780972881975 and ISBN 0972881972.