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Pandemonium
     

Pandemonium

by Bishop Harber
 
Jared has a problem. His reality seems to fade in and out of the bizarre. What's real? What's in his head? And how can he figure out how to heal the wounds of a former life come back to haunt him?

In his freshman best seller, Bishop Harber explores the fine line between love and insanity of the heart in a love story of mythic proportions.

Overview

Jared has a problem. His reality seems to fade in and out of the bizarre. What's real? What's in his head? And how can he figure out how to heal the wounds of a former life come back to haunt him?

In his freshman best seller, Bishop Harber explores the fine line between love and insanity of the heart in a love story of mythic proportions.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940016123806
Publisher:
Eremitic Life Foundation
Publication date:
12/20/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
1 MB

Meet the Author

Bishop Harber is an author, mythologist, artist, storyteller, lecturer, and perpetual student in pursuit of ideas, truth and creative endeavors.

Bishop started out his writing career in grade school by sending bad poetry to pretty girls with whom he didn't stand a chance. Working his way up to essays on Ayn Rand's Atlas Shrugged and The Fountainhead--doesn't every love-shafted young male end up in Rand's lap?--he wrote religious essays and publications throughout the late 1980s and 1990s. After being published in the early 1990s with Horror of Cresthaven Hollow, Bishop dropped out of life to have several moral epiphanies of the depraved condition and rebounded from writing idiocies in unpopular occultism to writing idiocies in psychological fiction alongside boring theological treatises. His first novella, Pandemonium, now in its third printing, is also available in the iBookstore and at Amazon for the Kindle and other eBook readers.

Father of two boys, information technology volunteer to a non-profit school for autistic children, and a glutton for punishment in university studies--heading for yet another degree from University of Texas at Arlington--Bishop has a passion for the unusual, obscure, and absurd with a flair for romantic horror.

Bishop sometimes lives quietly in South Arlington with his partner, their youngest son, and a pack of huskies surrounded by incredible amounts of helpful technology. In his spare time, and when not writing, he works for Cupertino's very own Apple, Inc helping people understand their own technology rather than threatening to throw it over a bridge.

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