'Where in the world am I?'
- You are not in this world anymore.
'Magician, Man and
Beast' is a mythic story of life and death separated into three philosophical
parts, representing the trinity of life: youth, middle age and
old age. As a spiritual journey, it represents birth, death
In the first book - Man: The Hero Within, we meet the main character in the prime of his youth, that unique mix of innocence and arrogance. He is foolhardy and ambitious yet to learn about consequence and ultimately, the true joys of love.
The world around him reflects his innocence; it is yet to be marred by death, treachery and war.
The second book - Beast: Psychic Odyssey is about facing your own demise, going back to the source, the existential prime.
The third book - Magician:
Charnel War is the reconciliation of the dualistic nature of man
to supersede his inborn limitations.
In summary 'Magician, Man and Beast' is a sepulchral melodrama, traversing the ages. Revealed behind its words are metaphors for the journey of life, shared by us all as we venture into adulthood.
'You stand at
I invite you through to the other side.'