After the Second Civil War, Henry buys a long-abandoned, desolate mansion from the pre-Internet era to get away from it all: away from the mass surveillance and constant monitoring of the new paranoid state at the very edge of civilization.
But there’s more to the house’s history than the real estate listing admitted. Were ghosts real? Or panda bears? Or whales? No one knew for sure anymore.
The tapestry of history was torn and threadbare, patched with both tattered cloth and with trash.
And in that dim and murky place between the shores of consciousness and nightmare, Henry was running out of time.Meet the Author