Anyone who agrees that the hype around the 2012 prophecies needs skewering, and who enjoys penetrating wit served up with a healthy dose of enlightened perspective, will find that 2013 is the essential guide to survival and prosperity when the world ends. Whether that end comes through a meteor impact, a viral pandemic, a changing climate, or simply the wrath of God, N. Nosirrah offers a brief escape from the overwhelming terror that can come when facing the end of the world. He explores the end times and world monetary collapse with insights that are undaunted by their self-contradictions, witticism that never lets up, and the promise of multi-level marketing. 2013, a self-help survival manual cum novella for the reality-challenged, explores the place where profit is made, a place found between our world of fiction and the unseen world of truth, and suggests that it is possible to make a fortune, get enlightened, and laugh uproariously when the world ends. If The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy took you to the edge, 2013 will push you over.
N. Nosirrah is a writer and philosopher who asks his readers to question their existence, God's existence, and in particular, Nosirrah's existence. He has said that those who understand his writings have no need to meet him, those who do not have no reason to meet him, and those who need to meet him have no need to read his writings. He resides in a vast but discontinuous universe where he writes fascinating cryptic novellas for a small, rabid following of readers old enough to know better but unable to help themselves or anyone else.