Holy: An Oral History of the Salvacin Epidemic

In the not-so-distant future, the opiate epidemic has spun wildly out of control. Desperate to turn the tides of addiction, a group of scientists invent Salvacin, a hallucinogenic drug that seems like a miracle. With a ninety-five percent success rate, what’s not to love?

What they don’t know is that the drug’s side effects will change human nature as we know it.

Told as a retroactive series of interviews with the major figures of the Salvacin Epidemic, Holy explores brain chemistry, faith, and what might happen if we knew, with complete certainty, that God was real.

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