by Teel McClanahan III
(358 pages, (c)2010-2011,
Only 50 copies of the paperback were ever printed, and only 39 remain. Order now!
The book’s full title is “The Second Untrue Trilogy: Untrue Tales from Beyond Fiction – Recollections of an Alternate Past, Book Four: Explorations of Ridiculous Realities or Corporation and Collusion or How To Subvert Corporatocracy, Book Five: The Bloodless Battles or Conscription and Revelation or How To Break Into Prison, and Book Six: Waking To The Truth or Explanation and Supplication or How To Resolve An Apocalypse”
The Second Untrue Trilogy is available now as an eBook, and in paperback, and consists of Book Four, Book Five, and Book Six of the Untrue Tales From Beyond Fiction – Recollections of an Alternate Past series.
The following is from the back cover:
The second half of the Untrue Tales From Beyond Fiction – Recollections of an Alternate Past series is a journey of discovery that leads from forgotten memories, through bureaucracy beyond imagining, into a world of unknown enemies, and possibly to the point of discovering the life you know is not what you thought.
Brace yourself for a story where it’s coming out of rabbit holes that takes you places you’ve never expected, where enemies can quickly become trusted friends and allies, and where one man’s unconditional love for his wife may be able to save humanity and destroy the universe at the same time.
The Second Untrue Trilogy follows Trevor as he gets to know the story behind his exile on Earth, regains his memories while losing something much more precious, then finds a few friends to face off with him against a universe-spanning corporation – only to have to convince them to confront an even worse enemy instead.
This is a trilogy which features a narrative that moves forward by going backward, characters who don’t become themselves until they look like someone else, challenges to the nature of the real and the virtual, of gender and identity, and where there are mysteries that won’t be finished unravelling until the very last page.