If there were such a thing as karma, Gregor would say he had it—bad karma. His mental illness has been present practically since birth. During early childhood, Gregor already knows he’s different. As he grows to be an adult, those differences become violently apparent. He is a monster born, not made, and his extremely disturbed mental state is a thing of nightmares.
Told in a series of chilling vignettes, G: The Story of a Madman is a character study of one man’s descent into pure evil. It begins with “Baby G,” a tale of Gregor’s upbringing. A few years later, run into him again in “Friends.” Next, follow Gregor to New York City as he escapes his history to start anew in the Big Apple. Finally, the “Psycho G” series takes readers deepest into the darkness of this antihero.
For author Bill Evans, writing is the priceless ability to show the things we dare not think or say in real life. It is a pure art form that reflects the truth of the human condition, no matter how dark and deviant. The stories in G do not pull any punches as Gregor grows to become the monster in all our minds and openly portrays the horrors we refuse to accept.