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   Guy, The, by John Reyer Afamasaga  
  Novel, first publication in 2010
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      The Guy is a Conceptualizer for John Reyer Afamasaga’s storytelling crew LMLA-ink. The Girl is his muse, whom he cannot inspire with his work here on planet earth, so he escapes with her to a place not so factual, not dissimilar to a dream—the SenFenide Dimension, where the gravitational pull of ideals, is less weighty, and where he manages to see the entity Ish, the divine being, who actually drew him to her in reality.

    The Girl has a dream, in which she is required to become a prostitute. Her action sets the scene for a battle between the wickedly unparalleled Country, and the Guy.

    The plot is likened to a parody where the cast takes control of the storyline, dragging it to wherever it suits them when they enter into a scene. Or, like a video game, in which the players reprogram the game as they play it. "The Guy" is not only fast-paced but full of zany and sometimes irreverent humor; its plot twists and turns, yet the reader is never quite lost, but rather left stunned by looking back to where its masterful crafting began

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