Born in the 80s during the age of Oregon Trail, Nicholas remembers the days before the internet, when the world was young and herds of dial-up BBS roamed the digital landscape in peace. Nicholas went on to college at Kansas State University and studied psychology. It was here, at the pinnacle of his lowly existence, that he met his future wife. After that, life became dull and work-centric, as adulthood typically does. So now he writes to fight back the madness, while his son plays with his imaginary friends.
on Oct. 30, 2015 :
In the end I found I had correctly jumped to the conclusion in the first couple of paragraphs. Which detracted from my ultimate enjoyment of the work some what.
The story is well done and enjoyable.
(reviewed 7 days after purchase)