Disequilibria (A Horror Collection)

Disequilibria (A Horror Collection)

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by J C Paris
     
 
On Being, On God, On Tomorrow: These are the three dimensions of Disequilibria. Who are we really, and who determines our nature? Who is our other self? What about God? Why does he allow evil? Will we ever come to an age where nothing's worth saving anymore? Welcome to philosophical horror: By philosophical, I mean a warren of questions;by horror, I mean the

Overview

On Being, On God, On Tomorrow: These are the three dimensions of Disequilibria. Who are we really, and who determines our nature? Who is our other self? What about God? Why does he allow evil? Will we ever come to an age where nothing's worth saving anymore? Welcome to philosophical horror: By philosophical, I mean a warren of questions;by horror, I mean the consequences of asking these questions.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940045026062
Publisher:
J C Paris
Publication date:
10/14/2012
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
108,232
File size:
483 KB

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Meet the Author

J.C Paris was born in 1983 in Malta and works as a mathematics teacher in a local secondary school. Paris poses questions for a living, both in his work as a teacher and also whilst writing. Questions fascinate him because they shake and crumble prejudices, and, if properly posed, they make mincemeat out of the conservative mind. His hope is that throughout his life, his questions lead to changes of the mind and, more importantly, changes of the heart.In his debut horror collection, Disequilibria (published in 2012), he has set out to explore the relatively uncharted terrain of Philosophical Horror. By 'philosophical' he means a plunge into a warren questions, by 'horror', he means the consequence of asking these questions.

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Disequilibria (A Horror Collection) 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Some stories in this book are good, others are not. I especially did not like the last two stories.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
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