The Mirror’s Truth – Michael R. Fletcher

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The Mirror’s Truth.

Where belief defines reality, delusions are both strength and curse: The deeper you sink into madness the more powerful you become. But that power comes with a price. Your darkest nightmares hunt you at night. The face in the mirror hates you and wants to be free. Your fears manifest and plot your destruction.

Bedeckt defined himself by the list of crimes he was unwilling to commit. It was such a short list. How could straying from it have gone so wrong?

Now Bedeckt must undo the damage caused by wandering from his precious list. The Geborene god seeks to remake the world with his obsessive need for cleanliness and perfection, but Bedeckt is going to bring him down. Nothing can stop him. Not even death.

The two friends he abandoned in the Afterdeath chase after Bedeckt, bent on revenge. Psychotic assassins hunt him. Something cold and evil follows, lurking in the clouds above, shredding reality with its delusions. Madness and sanity war, stretching and tearing the very fabric of existence.

The dead shall rise.

Author’s note.

This is a novel of manifest delusion. As such, the classifications of Geisteskranken (Delusionists) will probably mean little to you. At the end of the novel you’ll find a very short definition of each classification as well as a complete list of characters. Or, feel free to read and discover for yourself. Sometimes the difficult path is the most enjoyable.

There is also more information to be found on the world of Manifest Delusions and the laws governing madness at: http://michaelrfletcher.com/beyondwiki

Apologies to those who can actually speak German and/or Basque. I truly made a hash of your beautiful languages. The awesome Julia Kitvaria Sarene did her best to help me with fixing the German so it might be (less) painful to German readers. But in some cases, for whatever reasons, I chose to ignore her advice.

Michael R. Fletcher


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