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Graeme gives an overview of the book:

The world is never as it seems, yet the truth is hidden by the distractions we make for ourselves. This is the dilemma that faces Rowland Henty. Has he really touched another reality, or were the wounds he received in the Afghan Wars in his mind as well as his body? As he struggles to come to terms with what is real, everything he learns pushes him deeper into uncertainty and the harsh reality that some call madness. Set in th 19th century, this is a tragic novel of love and loss, of the choices we make, of a man who walked between worlds that he not even be certain existed.
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The world is never as it seems, yet the truth is hidden by the distractions we make for ourselves. This is the dilemma that faces Rowland Henty. Has he really touched another reality, or were the wounds he received in the Afghan Wars in his mind as well as his body?

As he struggles to come to terms with what is real, everything he learns pushes him deeper into uncertainty and the harsh reality that some call madness.

Set in th 19th century, this is a tragic novel of love and loss, of the choices we make, of a man who walked between worlds that he not even be certain existed.

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About Graeme

Graeme K Talboys was born in Hammersmith, London. He still blames his parents.

Since then, he has been coming to terms with the fact that he had his head taken apart in the ‘60s (mostly by Michael Moorcock and Hawkwind), whereafter the bits were exposed to loud music...

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