Part One of The Fold, a psychic saga in seven volumes.
In the dead of night, six children leave a home for at-risk youth on the back of a fantastical flying creature—one who appears to the children as a white unicorn whose horn has been replaced with a long black blade—who brings them to a strange, seething desert that contains only a cathedral, a diner, and hypnotically shifting trees. There, they must learn to understand one another, or they must die.
Miracle Jones's THE FOLD is a saga, in seven projected volumes, of a band of psychic malcontents struggling to hold onto what order they can in an evolving, hostile multiverse. The Fold is a story about willpower, about a city carved into the brain of a giant octopus, about the seeds of politics, about succulent diner meals, about the offscourings of society, and about what it feels like to use your mind to fly.
“Combines the prose of David Mitchell or Tom Robbins with the ideas and raw insights into humanity of Kurt Vonnegut . . . If I were to recommend one lesser known indie author, it's Miracle Jones."—Jeremy Blaustein, translator of Metal Gear Solid
"Chronicles of Narnia meets William Burroughs by way of Texas Chainsaw Massacre...highly recommended to the strong of heart and stomach." —Tom Moody
Miracle Jones is from Texas. He is a Saggitarius. He is a very private person.