Jeremy's Prophecy Dot Com

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Veneer Pub., 2001 - Fiction - 189 pages
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Little did Sam Phillips know the impact his best friend Jeremys attempted suicide was going to have on the world. He and fellow cohorts Amy and Alex thought it benign to publish a website of bipolar-patient Jeremys grandiose philosophy. But when greedy capitalists attempt to exploit Jeremys vision chaos prevails. Set during the mad Internet boom, Jeremys Prophecy Dot Com is a historical fiction novel that explores what happens when hysteria, idolatry and media meet. It illuminates the often ignored, but very serious epidemic of depression and mental illness in modern society. Events in this story are documented on the supplementary web page by the same name.

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