At the Center

IMG_0652.JPGThe ego puts us all at the center.

With a book comprised of dozens of main characters it is hard to pinpoint the true protagonist, if there even is one. Perhaps that is a function of my ego: the desire to have an obvious protagonist and antagonist. In truth, I know there isn’t an individual instance of the good and evil dynamic in my characters. They express the dichotomy of free will – the choice to be both good and evil. To say there is something, or someone, at the center is to devalue the global and celestial conflict that is unfolding during the height of World War Two.

The gods and men all revolve around the same sun.

About Connor Wilkins

Quickly, quickly... take your seat. Our storyteller is about to begin. Shhhh. Listen... His pipes are fluting emotions of myth and fable, but don't be fooled by fantasia for there are truths hidden within his unworldly tellings. We're drifting now... back in time to a world only he remembers.
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