Shamoon and Breyana: Volume four in the Participatory Series
A children's story written to describe concepts found in "Aramis Deceives."
Against the Grain: Supplement in the Participatory Series
A continuation of the Participatory Series, this book is meant to represent the poetic record of our main character in the series, Aramis.
Learn more about the conflict introduced in "Katalina Translates." Thirteen friends bound by a series of coincidental events, battle evil and live to tell their story. "Aramis Deceives" will keep you spellbound to the very end. Majic, Spirituality, and Love mix with technology in the embroiled world of Sane Dayglo; the other side of the wall from normality. Once you step over, there is no return.
About the Author
Richard A. Sockey IV earned his B.A. in English and religion from Oklahoma Baptist University, before completing his M.L.A. at Houston Baptist University and marrying his loving wife on the very same day. An artist, his work is displayed in Rosarito Beach at Polo's Gallery. In his spare time, the author tutors young students in art and English at the La Mision orphanage. Richard surfs near his home in Baja California.
Thirteen friends, bound by their love of fun and freedom, have never suspected the world to be anything but what it appears. Between problems with boyfriends and wondering where the best partying can be found, none of them imagine that hidden beneath the layers of reality a great battle between good and evil is underway.
When the demons of their dreams attack, this group is forced to look beyond what they believe is real and what they believe to be products of their imaginations. They are forced to choose sides in this very decisive battle, a fight for their very lives, and they must bind together to wage war against the forces of evil that are stalking them.
But there is an enemy among them.