Guy Jones has always been interested in human nature and behaviour. Omina-Uvorix: The Legend – Part One: Sil D’arblay is his third work that can be considered a spiritual/science fiction fantasy.
When Sil D’arblay witnessed the visceral execution on Hanging Hill in Lewesville (from the play La rue de soleil of Lewesville in the author’s previous work Demon Seed), somehow, he knew there was more to follow.
Now in Omina-Uvorix, events unfold from the intricate web Sil D’arblay spins. We have no idea of how old he is, because he is a Time-lord.
Then there is Suzanne Zanzibar, a leggy Swedish extrovert, an entrepreneur extraordinaire, yet a very damaged young girl.
What is the connection between these two larger than life characters?
Omina-Uvorix is the ultimate haven of peace and contentment; some even call it paradise. The story follows characters in England who reincarnate into different time zones, from 1307 to 1982.
Guy Jones is an observer of life and the many sides of humanity. He believes that out of tragedy, betrayal, and suffering, there is always a phoenix reborn out of the burning ashes. His studies in psychology/psychotherapy have given him understanding behind the often confusing ways of mankind. He believes destiny or fate governs mankind, though there is still a choice “to alter our own scripts.”
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