Truth is a most absurd virtue.
From the author of Escape from the Dead Superstar Review comes a literary work defying all genre limitations. In a world where truth is too often far from that, Nix takes you on a journey where you will discover that what is often truth is more often an act of deception. Using an array of writing styles and streaming from one genre into another the lines between fact and fiction are forever erased. The short stories herein appear as unrelated, but that is a skillful ruse on the author's part. When the reader ends this astounding journey down many paths, they will have discovered the underlying theme which binds it all into one elaborate thought. Rarely can one book make a reader experience multiple emotions, while addressing a single subject, but this one can. He takes a subject and has the reader look at it from different angles - from in front, to behind, to inside it. "The Three Tears" is a heart-wrenching drama of false persecution where good is the true evil, "Bud the Witch" a satiric comedy, and "Ill Will" a tale of jealousy and revenge, yet all are used to cleverly have you abandon preconceived ideas.