Doctor L. S. takes a trip to a little-known shelter. He has seven days to complete his professional duty. The short novel is made of his daily records which he keeps during his visit. Consequently the reader can learn about it from this seven-day chronicle, where seven certainly carries its sacral connotation but is also enriched with certain real-life escapades.
How can anyone’s life change in just seven days? And how can the change be brought about by a group of pariahs? What secrets does the shelter hide, the place forgotten by many but rather attractive for others? The reader will find many questions and discover their answers in the novel.