The Nocturnal Voice

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This short story is the third in a series. Unique to the others, the inspiration and story line follows Swiss Psychologist Carl Jung's theory of synchronicity. The story opens in a mental institution just as a group therapy session is about to begin. It is the moment when Daryl, an intelligent and eccentric young man finds the purpose behind a haunting voice speaking to him in his dreams. More

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About Jeffrey Miska

Jeffrey Miska has worked in the financial industry for most of his life and loves to write books and short stories in his spare time. When not glued to a computer screen, he enjoys writing music and spending time outdoors. Although educated in finance and science, Jeff spent many years learning about local U.S. and world history as well as native american culture. He frequently shared this cultural knowledge locally by giving presentations at local grammar schools in the Chicago area. The combination of these experiences has led him to write unique historical fiction, written for the purpose of entertaining his readers in the tradition of a story teller. The message that whether we experience happiness, tragedy or love in the time we have, the human experience that connects us will always be the same.

Authors Note: I make many of my stories free in hopes that it may bring joy to more readers. In the event you were touched in some way by my work, I only ask that you give me the gift of an honest review or email with your feedback. Thank you.

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Review by: C.J. Schmidt on Oct. 28, 2012 :
Very good short story. Highly recommend. Thanks for the free read!
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Review by: Janette Maisonneuve on July 01, 2012 :
After reading Deux Semaine, this story was very different. I think I was expecting a purely scientific feel of the drama that happens in therapy sessions and the metaphysical stuff was not expected. After I reread it knowing it was more fictional, I loved the symbolism of “Save the little girl.” I still not sure about the non-clinical parts, but the “beauty and darkness side by side” line as a description of mental illness was beautiful. I recommend it.
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Review by: Julie Green on June 27, 2012 :
Can I get an OMG? I thought this story was really good. I am a firm believer in synchronicity and although the concept in this story was out there, I got totally lost in it. I would love to see a lot more with this theme. It was wonderful!
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