The Corn Husk Experiment is a captivating, entertaining novel that walks readers through characters' gritty reality before unexpectedly delivering light to their own situation. There are interesting stories all around with overwhelming connections that people unknowingly share. As the lives of a painfully shy boy, a troubled dancer, a lonely photographer, an extraordinarily gifted quarterback, and a self-declared misfit converge for only a few hours, they unknowingly become part of The Corn Husk Experiment, a phenomenon identified and revealed by a wise theologian in hopes of saving only one of them. The experiment is put to the test when the five strangers, all struggling to overcome what most defines them, find themselves in a stadium of more than 75,000 others who are silently and secretly sharing many of the same struggles and joys. When they stand divided, whose story will win? This edgy novel delivers a contrastingly light and healing message at a time when empathy and understanding are refreshing and relevant.