No Man an Island

"No Man an Island" is an experimental novel featuring the spiritual journey of one man across time and space to find the meaning of his life, and rescue the world from demonic forces.


No Man an Island


No Man an Island


No Man an Island


No Man an Island


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No Man an Island

Alexander and Neal

36.The Beginning

No Man an Island

The boy woke up, shaken and groggy, in an unfamiliar bed. An IV cord was attached to his hand, and he stared at it for a moment before realizing what it was. Monitors beeped by his bedside.

He looked around the room and his eyes fell first on the girl sitting on the chair by his bed, asleep. The morning sun creeping through a crack in the curtains gave her red hair a golden shine. He smiled at the sight of her.

“Good morning,” I said quietly, stepping forward.

He looked up at me, startled, not having realized that they weren’t alone.

Clarity: Memoir

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I awoke feeling refreshed. I found myself leaning against the silver bark of the heavenly Tree of Life and I saw Enoch kneeling beside me with a smile on his face.

“Feel better?”

“I guess so.” I said. “Did I really..?”

“Yes, you did.” He grinned, helping me to my feet. “Wasn’t what you expected, was it?”

“No.” I smiled back. “Wasn’t anything like it.”

“I have a favour to ask before you go.” Enoch said.


Clarity: Elohim

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I yawned, awakening in my bedroom, startled by wakefulness by a young girl’s voice.

“Wake up, let the sunshine in!” She said, as my curtains were opened to let the sunrise illuminate my inner sanctum.

“Wha…?” I muttered groggily, wiping my eyes.

My little sister sat on the edge of my bed.

“Wake up, sleepyhead! Are you going to let this day start without you?”

“Gwen?” I asked, befuddled. I felt as if she had woken me in the middle of some dream. Something important now seemed to slip away as I tried to remember it.

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