The timeless ache of alienation is both the catalyst for creation of this work and the driving storyline within.
The book follows a boy and girl of high-school age, blessed and cursed with adult sensibilities, and each possessing a certain moral flexibility. Caring and vicious, insightful but immature, and confused but crystal-clear, they struggle and excel in equal measure and on parallel tracks. As they move towards an intersection that neither could have ever expected, everything surrounding them descends into chaos.
Theft of the Age was written out of need for escapism, and out of desire to affirm to the reader that there are others out there who see below the surface, and are affected by the view.