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The classic elements of a good story are all laid down by Forrest Somma in this smashing piece – a well-thought plot, endearing characters, deliberate spacing and a deeply satisfying conclusion

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Author Forrest Somma combines his interest for metaphysics and sheer writing genius to defly wield a novel that is part adventure, part-science fiction and part fantasy. In Masters of Illusion In The Garden of Time, the reader will come across a Westernized freewheeling artist who is about to save mankind.

Sundown, the aforementioned artist, becomes dissatisfied with the life around him, gets depressed, and passes into a state of disillisionment and self-rapture. With not a drug nor doctor who can help him, he seeks alternative remedy from a certain Dr. Shinto. Under hypogenesis with Dr. Shinto, he enters the “Realm of the Path” where several beings have descended with stolen artifacts of great and advanced power. Sundown is captured by one of these beings and in time escapes. As the amazingly plotted tale progresses, Sundown meets his mentor Toshin while continuing his sojourn into the realm. He trains for and excels in ancient survival and defensive techniques. Under Toshin’s guidance they assault Diablo cave, attempts to retrieve the yeshe, and take it where it can do no more harm. In time, Sundown returns to the present and parts with Toshin.

Several years has passed and slowly the world slips into cataclysm. Sundown and Toshin meet again, and goes back to 2500 years to the time of the Buddha. Their mission is to alter the past to avoid mass destruction and doom that will soon destroy the world. Will Sundown be able to make it?

The classic elements of a good story are all laid down by Somma in this smashing piece – a well-thought plot, endearing characters, deliberate spacing and a deeply satisfying conclusion. Readers are most likely to find Masters of Illusion In The Garden of Time as a treasure trove of literary goodness.

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About the Author
Forrest Somma was born in Richmond, Virginia. His interest and direct experience that led to the emergence of this book were or are, philosophy, meta-physics, music and unexplained phenomena. Yet, he has always loved a well told story.

Masters of Illusion In The Garden of Time * by Forrest Somma
Publication Date: July 2, 2012
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 215 pages; 978-1-4771-0919-9
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