“Women are predators, too, only the prey is different” (A.J. Strindberg).
A Hundred Honeymoons’ storyline develops like a carnally driven small-town soap opera revolving around two innocent teenagers, Todd and Sally. Drenched in hormonal confusion, Todd’s teenage adventures offer a good number of relatable moments for the listener to quip, “Yeah, I remember feeling like that.” While Sally’s journey takes her from naive cheerleader to a mature woman. Exploitive and corrupt characters woven throughout, it is a story premeditated with carnal adventures, broken hearts, and true love.
Can these infatuated, yet durable, teenagers survive and prove love does conquer all?