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posted by ErichForschler in Books

Monster Bears and Templar Knights

January 14, 2013

Howdy, Athens Talkers -

I just published my second book this weekend, and I wanted to share a free Kindle version with all my local, anonymous Athenians:

http://www.amazon.com/Metaphysical-Estrangement-Alfred-Berger-ebook/dp/B...

It is the first of three books in a fiction series I'm working on right now. A man is suddenly transported from his familiar time and space to a strange desert - a portal to infinite parallel universes. He's soon on the run, trying to figure out how to get back home while being chased by an unseen entity that crushes everything in its path. There is also an excommunicated Templar knight lost in the surreal world (he has a more sinister agenda), as well as a monster-bear-like creature and a mystical whale... and many other strange things, like doppelgangers and mysterious women.

The free download ends at 11:59pm on January 14th - tonight!

It is also available on paperback here: http://www.amazon.com/The-Metaphysical-Estrangement-Alfred-Berger/dp/148...

And also on Nook, for you Barnes and Noble folks: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/the-metaphysical-estrangement-of-alfred-...

If you check it out, I hope you enjoy it. Thanks for reading!

Erich

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