The book presents cycles of several short stories. Some stories are explicitly tragic, difficult, spiritually and philosophically emphasized, some are completely twisted, like a garden of anti-utopia, and some are, again poetic, miraculous and intoxicating. And yet such a book is a Whole. How is it possible? Quite simply, it is Maykey and his ability to use it from everything that is close to him as a material in the linguistic sense. Yes, but that confuses the reader. Of course, this is a spiritual book, a book of unusual prose within which you have to find your own key to reading and re-reading.