Psychological Thriller, paperback, The Judas Syndrome

Suffering from Psychotic episodes? Experiencing visions that reveal a horrifying future? Has the world as you know it ended? Have you lost everyone dear to you? Now you're starting to get the picture.
 
 
Author Photo
Author Photo
 
Spread the Word
Listed Under

Tags:
Apocalypse
2012
End Of The World
Religious Overtones
Psychotic Episodes

Industrys:
Books
Literature
Religion

Location:
Hamilton - Ontario - Canada

March 16, 2010 - PRLog -- What if you were suffering from visions which suddenly and without clear purpose began assaulting your senses? What if you began to hear voices in your head? What if those voices materialized as a bright light and then into a form more familiar? What if this vision showed you things, things that would happen in the future, terrible things? The vision continues to appear to you, it tells you your path, it makes you question your free will, are all your choices pre-determined? Destiny seems to offer you little opportunity beyond travelling in a straight line towards your end. Frustration and disbelief rise up in you as anger replaces fear. You become defiant of your destiny. Your vision becomes your enemy. What would you do? Would you try anything to avoid your destiny, to avoid the visions? Would it matter what you did? If destiny existed, then no matter what course you chose, your actions would drive you towards that end.

Depression followed by desperation take over as you feel helpless to alter your course. Still, you have to do something, the path may be set, but the purpose is unclear.
Imagine you are experiencing these visions, imagine you are 18, and then imagine the world as you knew it ends. The Apocalypse has come. You are surrounded by your friends, but their families and yours have all perished – you are alone, together and are driven only to survive.

Now imagine the visions become more profound, and the future less clear. Will destiny guide you or will you try to guide your destiny, and that of your friends? Are you losing your mind, or are you thinking more clearly than ever before?
Your internal battle will rival the horrors you will experience in the waking world. To be a prisoner in your own mind and to that of a world now ruinous and foreign to you will compound your stress and drive you deeper into your own mind. Escaping the reality while slipping further and further into the bizarre fantasy only you can see, and hear cannot end well.

# # #

MIchael Poeltl is a writter of fiction, he keeps a blog and Tweets on occasion. Most of his literature is dark, based on Apocalyptic events.
End
Source:Michael Poeltl
Email:***@hotmail.com Email Verified
Account Email Address Verified     Disclaimer     Report Abuse



Like PRLog?
9K2K1K
Click to Share