In a deeply personal tale of a young woman caught in a love triangle with two older women, we also find a precise, journalistic portrait of the modern cult of Burning Man. Meehan tells a brutally honest story that arouses sympathy and horror. It’s not Dr. Seuss, but more like an island of Doctor Moreau.

“Burning Man is obviously hell.” — Pam Houston

“It’s like Leonard Cohen‘s Beautiful Losers meets Craigslist meets Serial.” — William Deed

“Dosed and overdosed with equal parts truth and shame, a memoir of spurned love on a hallucinogen-fueled desert bender.” — Damascus Triola

“The story unwinds effortlessly, touching on joy and intensity.” — Dav Yaginuma