Set between London, the remote island of Lundy, and rural France, this is observational comedy delving deeply into the life of a successful, yet seemingly disenfranchised architect, Harry Frobishire.
It's a "wake-up" story in the sense that Harry has become jaded by his existence and feels irrelevant to his peers. However, he is shocked into a new reality by those people he meets during a poorly conceived retreat to Lundy Island where he is forced to associate with people from completely different backgrounds as his own.
It's comedy, yet it's also tragic. It has a touch of mystery, plenty of dramatic dialogue, and a generous helping of romance.
After all, there's a bit of Harry Frobishire in us all!