Valse of Silence
Valse of Silence
and other Short Stories
About the Book
This book serves several functions. The main one being a prelude and a means for a second book "Quantum Madness and the lazy man".
The first story in the book, Second Chance was written around 1998 while Valse of Silence was written nearly a decade later. It may or may not include "Journals of a Mad Man" (1998-99), which was originally going to be the second book written by the author. It is the original concept behind "Quantum Madness and the lazy man".
Quantum Madness is a mental exercise into the conceptual history of life and the plausable outcome through the eyes of a layman. The central idea without giving too much away is: God is a figment of our imagination. Once that is internalized it would be easier to find harmony.
Until that time, we hope you enjoy this first iteration of Valse of Silence and other Short Stories.
- Second Chance
- Valse of Silence
- The fallen Angel
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