His parents threw him out and his customers treat him like crap, now Harold, working all alone on a night shift, has thought of the perfect plan to get back at those who wronged him.
R for strong menacing horror violence, terror and disturbing images, and for brief language.
Then, everything becomes quite mundane. A loser at a loser job. Bitter. Bitching. Not really trying to be pleasant, though it's not easy with rotten parents, nasty customers and lazy coworkers. But, the reader must ask: Is Harold the main character? Is he destined to become like Jason or Michael Myers? Or F...