Fairy tales are more than true: not because they tell us that dragons exist, but because they tell us that dragons can be beaten. Neil Gaiman
Phil Walker was a normal man, until the demons invaded his mind. Unsure whether they were real, he resisted until they threatened someone’s life, and then took action. The results were immediate. He was questioned by the police, laughed at and insulted, but the homeless man he defended reported his schizophrenia was cured. After that, everything Phil once knew was turned upside down.
Eager to understand his visions, he seeks answers, only to face skepticism and hostility from the medical community. Does it really matter if he’s technically insane if he cures hundreds? As Phil battles his inner demons, he wrestles with where they originated and how they impact him and his health. However, the question remains: are his unusual skills an otherworldly phenomenon, the results of disease or a gift from above?
Phil encounters a fairy world and questions his sanity, as as he’s forced to defend himself.
Phil tries another approach, while keeping his family and everyone else distant.
Phil is confronted by his family.
He’s also confronted in public.
Phil reconsiders his position.
Despite his fumbling attempts to remain under the radar, Phil is finally exposed.
Shrinking the shrink’s head to expand her mind.
A few people speak their mind.
Phil defends himself–sorta.
A man’s fate lies in Phil’s decision to help him or not.
12: Medical Concerns
Phil gets schooled on his medical risks.
13: Netting a Sample
Phil finally gets some answers by finally asking the right person.
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