Dr. Paul Francis is suddenly shaken out of his complacent academic world by an encounter
with the mysterious Schuyler Tate and by the woman who had been stuck in his head and his
heart since her student years, Kay Palmer. Paul and Kay are drawn together through their
vague sense of the apocalyptic changes that seem to be crushing upon them. Paul reveals his
past life through excerpts from his novel, while Kay’s current thinking is revealed through her journal. With Kay, these changes are mixed up with her unbalanced mother, and, with Paul, they are mixed up with Kay. Meanwhile, Paul’s colleague Michael Jenkins plummets towards insanity as a result of his obsession with what he perceives to be the muse of one of his female students, Tara Smith. Tara, however, seems to be oblivious to everything but her own needs.
Although Paul, Kay, Michael, and Tara are separated at the end of a few short weeks, they
reunite a little less than a year later. Their worlds collide, with Schuyler Tate seemingly pulling the strings. Phantom Revelation pushes the limits; blurring distinctions between love and obsession, sanity and insanity, and physical and spiritual reality.
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by on October 28, 2016
- Page Publishing, Inc., February 2016
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