The Inlooker, Terry Tumbler
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Terry Tumbler

The Inlooker

The magical world of Science Fiction is dominated by stories about individuals with outlandish costumes, fantastical skills and superior strength. They compete energetically for attention, and capture our imagination in the most unbelievable of ways.

But what if in real life, there were to exist a force that could take on any of these mythical beings, without needing to possess similar or opposing strengths?

Thomas Beckon wields that force, in much the same way that a contagion can wipe out most of humanity, from within. For Thomas is an Inlooker, perhaps the only one as far as he is aware, and is truly capable of invading any person's soul that he chooses.

Luckily for those around him, Thomas is normally a benign individual who chooses a path through life that barely creates a ripple in his wake. At least, what he does is so undetectable that any malevolence in his actions is hardly ever recognized, even superficially.

Pity those who cross swords (or should I say souls?) with The Inlooker, for he can take anyone down, or initiate a chain-reaction of catastrophes, regardless of a person's super abilities and position in life. That is, if he chooses to.

Then he becomes less benign, and begins to focus on changing the society in which we live. He turns his attention to matters of global significance.
322 printed pages
Original publication
2014

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