Set in modern day Los Angeles, this provocative, unapologetic novel is a raw, powerful portrait of Robert Madson; a young, alluring billionaire trapped in a liberal, celebrity-obsessed world shaped by casual nihilism, vanity and conformity. Blessed with leading man looks and a vast fortune, Madson is an industry unto himself, living a dream life of limitless privilege. He walks amongst a society in moral decay devoid of any feeling or hope, numb to everything except his own insatiable rage and bloodlust. He's living the American dream on his own terms, on the edge of lethal frenzy.
Your favorite billionaire serial killer is back at it again with more fame, fortune and insanity than ever before. The second installment in the Madon Trilogy follows Robert Madson on a worldwide search for his estranged girlfriend while he struggles with the pitfalls of being a famous celebrity.
Taken from real events, Fight Psycho Boy takes a peculiar look at life from the eyes of Darien; a young boy faced with the pitfalls of living in post-revolution Iran who moves to Sweden where he struggles to fit in, until coming to America where he quickly learns the haunting secrets surrounding his life. Secrets behind the voyage from country to country, secrets of lies and betrayal; a harrowing tale that drives the protagonist into a dizzying spiral of confusion, taking him to incomprehensible depths of madness. A young man tormented by demons and consumed by the need to unfetter his buried pain; he spends his LA nights lashing out with other lost souls in spine-chilling, vicious ways the average person cannot begin to understand. Drowning himself in alcohol, sex, and violence, Darien becomes society’s worst nightmare; an anti-hero searching for peace with balled fists and infinite rage looking to find a place to forgive and forget.
At its core, Fight Psycho Boy outlines the damage of fathers to their sons and gives a blurry view on facing one’s fears, overcoming obstacles, the toll of betrayal and the chance for salvation. It's about friendships, an entire generation who have experienced viciousness, sex, drugs, and disaffection in a country where everyone’s on their own. Yet through all the turmoil and strife, it stays startlingly funny. Kade trains his perceptive gaze on human behavior and keeps a cultural tab on our civilization over the last thirty years; he treats his life’s agonies with a mixture of comedy and compassion while exposing the moral vacuum at the center of society.