A man living in the city discovers that his roommate, Bob, passed away in the night. A roll of film left behind in the pocket of Bob's jacket leads him to try to discover more. The narrator comes to terms with his own mortality, isolation, and misanthropic inclinations by visiting the places and the people that Bob had photographed. He ends just as isolated as he began, but with revelation that he must escape the camera lens of self-consciousness.
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About the Author
Travis Moon is a writer residing in an old Gold Rush town at the base of the Sierras. Before settling down he travelled extensively, pursuing a writer's life after dropping out of college. He studied philosophy then and, in his writing, he hopes to convey how each of his characters is trying to answer philosophy's central question: how should we live our lives?