J. R. Becker masterfully weaves the journey of two brothers through this epic tale of kings, wars, strange creatures, faraway places, Gods, demons, and nations of the most comical and bizarre traditions. Growing up in his father's nation of loud and colorful idiots is t easy for the introverted Renee Don Cartez. As their strange beliefs confound him and their bizarre customs disgust him, Renee wonders if he will ever find himself. But against the allegiance of his princehood, he uncovers clues that there are others like him out in the wild. Watching him. Waiting for him. This pits him against his family, his princehood, and everything he has ever grown up with, setting him out on a journey that will change the face of his world.Exploring philosophical and theological themes of epic proportions, this vel will make you think, challenging your world perspective in an enjoyable, enticing way. You will get lost in the richly textured imagery of J. R. Becker's worlds and t help but smile and shake your head at the absurd societies for what they tell us about ourselves. By using satire and biting symbolism, this tale discovers what man can really kw, exploring topics such as God's existence, causation, the qualities of things, and where the beauty of art lies.For thinkers and pure adventurers alike, join Renee and Dewey in the final battle of reason versus experience. This is about the human experience we all live through every day, and this may change the way you look at things forever.