With "The Perception Experiment," Jason Glover has created a new genre: the sacrilegious hard-boiled Apocalyptic novel. Adept in streaming literary magic, he's conjured a contemporary cinematic variation on the Book of Revelation with words alone. "The Perception Experiment" fiercely questions the function of belief. 'Becoming Too Aware' is the protagonist's bad trip in an ironic dystopia where pervasive, friendly-sinister theocratic repression provokes his contention with Lucifer and God. Paradoxically, it takes a devout artist to issue such a work. "The Perception Experiment" is a lively philosophical, torrentially poetic antidote to the 'Left Behind' books. Let us wish the gifted, prolific Mr. Glover sales of like magnitude and plenty of opportunity to exercise his considerable talent. ---Stephanie Mills, author of "Epicurean Simplicity" and "In Service of the Wild"
"The Perception Experiment" is a tantalizing Apocalyptic thriller. An intimate first-person narrative, it is the story of an individual discovering the extent of his indoctrination in an autocratic system -- a discovery that leads not just to liberation but madness as well. "The Perception Experiment" fuses theology, psychology and mythology in a mad spiraling post-modern deconstruction of totalitarian thought and control. This intriguing book exposes much of what is kept hidden by authority, government, churches... and maybe even yourself. ---Mike Darigan, author of "backpocket e-pistles"
About the Author
Jason Glover is an activist, poet, graphic designer and the owner/editor of Thirdeye Magazine (www.thirdeyemag.com), an independent art publication based in Traverse City, MI. He is 24 years old.