Rant: a novel
Best-selling biographer Evan Maguire ventures out of his comfort zone of writing about ex-athletes, Hollywood stars, and teen sensations and finds himself in the world of the reclusive Solomon Rheela, the greatest Conspiracy Theorist of his generation. While Evan expects stories of little green men, assassination cover-ups, and secret societies that control the world to titillate his readership with, he finds that Solomon has a much different (and much more frightening) agenda. This agenda, mixed with ghosts from the past and a mysterious narrator that appears and disappears at will throughout the work, create a downward spiral for Evan that may or may not be escapable in the end.
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