Zoro's life has taken on a predictable pattern. He tries to make things right and is sure that this time it will be different. Yet, in the end, he always fails letting down his family. It's been that way since Zoro was a teenager. Well, since the day that his little brother Joey died. One thoughtless choice...
Completely lost, Zoro begins to wonder if this all there is to life. Maybe, he is just a loser. Immediately, his thoughts turn to his brother.
That fateful day, Zoro starts a new job as a driver for a wealthy man. Max is unlike anyone that Zoro has ever met. More so, from this man, Zoro comes to understand how self-sabotage and his own unconscious beliefs have been holding him back.
The Third Q is part mystery novel and part self-help book. We follow Zoro as he learns about his mind and the limitations he has placed upon himself. Of course, we all have a bit of Zoro in us and thus in him see our own self-limitations. Often, these realizations come as aha moments.