Mercy is weakness. Forgiveness is blasphemy. Sin is crime.
The unholy trinity – monotheists, polytheists and technotheists – rule in unison. Justice is not blind, but soulless. In a city of stratified wealth and endemic poverty, Father Edlin tries to make a difference.
His little church and free clinics provide a flicker of hope to the downtrodden populace. But not for long. The men with guns show up, and it’s only a matter of time before a forced confession of heresy is extracted.
Now Father Edlin sits in a cell, awaiting the fulfillment of his death sentence.
But somewhere in the night, a friend lurks, waiting for the chance to pay off an old debt…