Look at Me

In this dark satire of pop culture, an unnamed
teenaged narrator describes his descent into
violence and destruction. Drowning in wealth
yet parentally neglected, he is starved for true
attention and so aligns himself with a new
student in his school, a budding Mephistopheles
who manipulates him into a new and disturbing
world, leading him to contemplate an act
of terrorism aimed at his school and fellow
students. Look at Me takes aim at the worlds
of mass entertainment, consumerism, and
technology. Told in the first person in an
unidentified yet all too familiar setting, it is both
a warning and a cry for help.

About The Author

Robert Shoub