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A Wilderness of Forking Paths

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by: Tony Arnold
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Publication Date: February 12, 2022
Book Size: 6" x 9"
Pages: 174
Binding: Perfect Bound
Color: Color
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Book Synopsis
"A Wilderness of Forking Paths" is the antipodal companion to the previous Whisanant Mythos volume, "A Wild Hunt." Absent a moral/philosophical wilderness guide such as "A Wild Hunt," "...Forking Paths" illustrates the tragic potential lying in wait for each of us in the form of traps along life's wandering pathways. Utilizing Artificial Intelligence images extracted from a parallel reality regarding our subject's twin doppelganger there, this book uses the Temple of Scientonomy's computer network to translate those images into a storyline depicting an altogether different outcome for the parallel Dixie Whiz! Printed on glossy stock, featuring over 75 original full-color plates. Volume 28 of the Whisanant Mythos.
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Tony Arnold is the cryptonym under which author & musician Dr. Crabbe Rangoon creates his picaresque books of fiction. Dr. Rangoon is the chimerical father of Misanthropology, and splits his time between a Quonset hut atop Floating Rock Mountain and a stilt home in Candor-on-Asperger, Florida. Rangoon holds a Ph.D. in Exocryptobiology from Florida Memorial University, and served on renowned explorer Horst von Hesselbrut's last expedition. Subsequent endeavors included procurement journeys into Asia, the South Pacific, and The Dark Continent, where he earned the appellation "White Devil" by introducing the use of the pellet rifle in the execution of East African poachers. When not involved in writing, his hobbies include exotic cultural appropriation, listening to instrumental & improvisational music, and frequenting Chinese restaurants.
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