Phantom Fandom Coopertivo, Jul 28, 2011 - 192 pages
Orion, like any great artist, is seeking a way to tap into his pure artistic essence. Unlike most great artists, he does this by drilling a hole in his head. But there are no other options. An alien being sent to Earth to save the human race by writing The Great Alien Novel can't be expected to waste time with distractions, like college, jobs and normal human relationships. His nemesis, Peter, relishes the tedious work of a bank teller and stands firmly opposed to Orion's agenda on the grounds that everything out of this pseudo-genius' mouth is immoral propaganda. Unfortunately, Orion and Peter are stuck with each other -- they are two personalities within the same person. When a new psychiatrist enters the picture, tensions in this fractured mind are pushed to the breaking point. Though she claims she's just there to help, her arrival brings out a new personality, one that threatens to destroy them all. A profane and loud read, Eponym is a wild ride that ping pongs between two angry, arguing voices. You might just enjoy the trip ... if you don't lose your mind!
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