In a city ravaged by climate change and social inequality, a group of young pest control workers struggle to make it to the end of the month. Their difficult lives and hard jobs, badly paid and with no hope of getting ahead, don’t keep them from having dreams and fighting to make them a reality. While we follow them through the city’s neighborhoods, we see what is hidden in the world’s sewers with a growing sensation of familiarity and disgust.
Deep Structures is the tale of a dystopian society that criticizes social inequality, climate change, and labor in a rotten, expired society.
An irreverent, politically incorrect novel that harbors a deep, devastating critique of society.