Darius hears voices in his head. Well, okay, only one voice, but she does impressions. She tells him about strange things. Things that aren’t there. Things that can’t possibly be there. He doesn’t, for example, believe in lizard people from outer space who secretly run the local grocery store, even if he found the their lair that one day behind the frozen peas. Right where the voice told him to look. But it’s okay. The next day they were gone, like they’d never been there in the first place.
But these days he’s been doing more and more of what the voice tells him to. It’s the only way she’ll help him avoid the mysterious people in antiquated suits that keep showing up at his job. It’s the only way to figure out what’s going on with the raven-haired girl. He’s still sure none of these things exist. It’s the rest of the universe he’s starting to doubt.
Compelling Evidence for the Nonexistence of the Universe.
A serial novel