Once in a while there's a book that takes awesome characters and punk rock prose and blends the two into such an interesting story that it takes your breath away. This is one of those stories.
In my old age I'm finding that I like the indie-press liturature more because it's engaging, raw, and unapologetic.
Anyways, this story is about three women Helen, Carmen and Frida who are caught in their own vortex of breaking down. Amy Guth does a great job of plopping the reader into the midst of the action and explaining the back story in such a way you don't want to put the book down until you're done.