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Baron Syndicate (-1) : Crossroads of Destiny…

Baron Syndicate (-1) : Crossroads of Destiny

by Dennis L Decker

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0991559517, Paperback)

Baron Von Stupor is his name, or so he thinks. For the past year the eccentric patient has been living in a mental asylum, struggling to understand himself in a world that doesn't understand him. While he yearns to be able to live a normal life, his long days of checkers and psychological therapy is doing nothing more than despond him further. To make matters worse, Stupor has found a new bully in the egomaniacal William Lanzendorf, who prefers to treat this minimum-security mental hospital like his own penitentiary. Whenever the hateful security manager feels slighted, the cameras turn away and dubious things happen. Topping it off, management is oblivious because of the amazing biannual reviews they've been receiving for five years running. Stupor's monotonous lifestyle is turned upside-down when the gigantic, angry patient C26 is involuntarily committed, ranting about his dishonorable capture. While Stupor aggressively seeks friendship from "the coolest guy in the whole facility", C26 wants nothing to do with him and prefers to work on his plans to escape confinement. Through his encounters with these people, Stupor will learn more about himself than he ever knew; he will learn that this is his story, and the only person who deserves to write it is him.

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