Pharafaneelya is about an asylum that consume people souls, by using the most prize possession against them and by doing this, they commit some of the most horrific crimes. Crimes that leads to their soul getting trapped in limbo of an asylum lost in the void, a special asylum that capture the unlucky souls of the forgotten.
Pharafaneelya takes you into a place of several mirrors in several chapters, some shattered, cold and pitch black. Mirrors and doors that only except fresh dead victims.
Writing books allow me to tell fiction stories in shattered mirrors, mirrors that may have past through some unlucky soul once and live to tell about it… The audience of my books, will like the up downs, twist and turns. There is a positive message in all the stories, I hope the readers can find it, through all the insanity and emotion of the book. Ultimately, having readers that like your creativity and the twisted style of the writing, is enough one could ask for.
When something terrible happens to a person, their soul is cracked. And when the souls become cracked, that individual is forever stuck in a looping dream world—a world of dreams where they deal with unwanted dreams, dreams between worlds. In such dreams, you dream of mirrors. Each mirror becomes a mirror of other dreams—dreams of other dreams; dreams that fold, bending time and reality; dreams that frighten you, leaving you so scared that you wonder. Was it real? Did it happen? Because it felt like it did, again, again, and again. Was it actually real? The sad thing is, when you finally awaken to reality, it will be too late!