Deus Magnus Timor Mortuum: A Novel by Greg Bull



Was it three days since he had been resurrected? It was hard to put the pieces together as he seemed to be alive and living in all places and all times he had ever lived in. And he was dipping in and out of them and the present was just another moment that had happened in the past, would happen in the future or was happening right now. The right now of everyone else, the present moment that you all live in and as each moment passes and explodes it becomes the past tense.

The sequel to Perdam Babylonis Nomen Cover art by Ashely Reakes

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