Dory, an angry, but gifted artist, knows he’s cursed, just like his father said. He can hear the pain of the world. It seeps in through “the cracks” in his head. When millions fall victim to an incurable virus and Dory can’t shut out their screams, he decides his only option is to kill himself. Instead of succeeding, he becomes the latest victim of the disease. He’s going to die, but he has two choices. He can either let the virus quickly turn him into a vicious, unthinking monster, or he can fight to retain his identity to the end. If he chooses the later, he’ll have to resist the blood lust and consuming pain that ensues once a person is infected. When his brother begs him not to lose hope, Dory knows he has to make the right decision. But will he be strong enough to bear the misery that comes with that decision? And most importantly, will he finally find the freedom and redemption he’s always yearned for?
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Stories have always fascinated me. As a child, I saw the library as a place that housed countless worlds of ideas and adventures. Each book that I carried home gave me passage to one of those worlds, and I explored it with curiosity and fascination. But it would be a long time before I began to explore my own inner world of stories.
When I did take up the pen and began to write, I was my own worst critic. But I underestimated my inner muse. It kept encouraging me. Finally, I gave in to its promptings and decided to just have fun. That decision was the key. The stories flooded out. I couldn’t write fast enough. I wrote seven days a week. Within a little over a year, I’d finished the rough drafts of six books. More importantly, I was happy. Now, I’m still passionate about writing, but I also love to share my stories with my readers.