Following his last life, the main protagonist is in spirit form, a blurred chrysalis existing in a state of timeless evanescence. Unaware that he is soon to be introduced to the very convoluted process of reincarnation, he finds himself in a place referred to as 'The Honeycomb', with a spiritual guide who presents him with the rare opportunity to review and choose his next life from within a rack filled with thousands of scrolls.

From the wealthy tycoon whose materialism blinds him to the love of his girlfriend,  to the Native American vying to end his solitary life in the mountains of New Mexico, to the desperate father striving madly to save his fatally ill daughter, and, lastly, to an engineer in the midst of a midlife crisis, the protagonist learns how each life is fraught with challenges, emotions, and rewards. Complicating matters is that upon 'living' each life review, the protagonist gradually comes to the realization that each of his potential lives intertwines with the others in surprising ways . . .

Will he choose a life for its wealth or for its happiness? Would he choose one for its challenges, or for its simplicity?  As a result of the complex thread that weaves throughout his choices, the decision is more difficult than imagined, and the protagonist is in for an unusual and surprising journey as he explores his future possibilities.

With a blend of magical realism, humor, and drama, Honeycomb presents an intriguing exploration of existence and the possibility that we all partake in a shared consciousness. . .