Could the mind play tricks on reality? Is it possible to warp one's own reality only through the power of the mind? In his riveting new novel "The Mystic of Karl Mind" (published by AuthorHouse UK), author Jürgen A.D. Graanoogst explores the possibilities of dimensions and the fragility of existence as he asks the proverbial question: 'what if?'
"The Mystic of Karl Mind" follows the story of Karl Wakefield, a market merchant with no extraordinary ability who finds himself in other worlds after many moments of keeping inner secrets that urged him on. One particular question haunted him for most of his life: What if? With a deep longing for understanding, he wills to have a grip on reason as the past haunts him. He never expects his questions to be answered by mythical creatures and one day he makes a deal with Margus Inferian, a powerful enchanter. Karl’s coming was predicted and suddenly he is pulled into a different world. He finds himself witnessing abnormal events as he is hurled into a dimension where “the man who knows” possess the answers to his unsolved mysteries and aids him to see what he could not before. He makes a discovery of an ancient time, tangled in delusions of the past and hunted down by the vile figures of the Gulusis and the dark thoughts of the one in masquerade – all seeking the pendant of the mountains and the dagger of Vytos. Karl discovers powers he never knew he had. Unwittingly, Karl’s wife, Eve, becomes involved and he struggles between his own understanding and she, who holds his heart. Driven by his will, he is forced to continue on the path to his future. Would they survive – or crumble and pine away for the forgotten past?
Uniquely themed and ingeniously crafted, "The Mystic of Karl Mind" portrays a one-of-a-kind story of finding oneself and one's true purpose in life. Graanoogst hopes that through this book, readers will not only find enjoyment but also the inspiration to embark on their own extraordinary adventures.