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n. pl. re·al·i·ties
1. The quality or state of being actual or true.
2. One, such as a person, an entity, or an event, that is actual: "the weight of history and political realities" (Benno C. Schmidt, Jr.).
3. The totality of all things possessing actuality, existence, or essence.
4. That which exists objectively and in fact: Your observations do not seem to be about reality.
The universe is not real, time does not exist, you do not exist and soon...
BREAKDOWN- you will believe
L Lyott's, BREAKDOWN-You Will Believe, is a sci-fi/horror fantasy with an appeal for all that love the fun, the intrigue and the mystery of strange and bizarre escapist tales of the paranormal and the inexplicable. There is also however a contemplative element which questions our understanding of science and reality and which proposes a new theory of 'True Reality' suggesting how the impossible can really happen, and does really happen...
The Group, founded by the late Alistair Hayden, is a half dozen members of mixed gender, race and age who meet in the function room above The Pie Maker pub in North London. Everyone in this group has their personal tale and reason to believe science is not infallible and, through their pending website, their aim is to present what they know along with their catalogue of evidence to the world, including a predicted Total Reality Breakdown-Armageddon. Pat Sall, a serious but affable ageing hippy and one of the oldest of The Group, chairs the meetings and is the novel's narrator.
The sequel, Breakdown-Beyond Belief, is again narrated by Pat Sall and tells of the events of Total Reality Breakdown and the end of our earth and our reality.
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