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   April's Fool, by John Reyer Afamasaga  
 
  Novel, first publication in 2010
 
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      In this sequel to “The Guy,” supermodel Ish makes her acting debut playing “April”—a normal everyday girl from the MMD (Reality Dimension)—in the latest REPRO in the SenFenide Dimension (Dream Dimension). John Reyer lets loose the plot and walks out on his role as Investigator of REPRO crime scenes during the “Negligee Murders” when his conscience gets the better of him. The Originator goes to the AmalgaMension Dimension (Congruent Dimension) seeking the origins of the instructions he and LMLA-ink’s members labor to fulfill, in hopes of changing the course of events to create a more peaceful existence as normal everyday artists rather than the World Wide Web Sensation they are.

    John Reyer Afamasaga is April’s Fool in more ways than one. In this psychosomatic encounter he induces by flippantly flipping in between dimensions when he changes narrators from Metofeaz to John Reyer (in the SenFenide Dimension); to Susan Bramley, a witness in Lazoo’s trial during the “Tongue Murders” (in the MindMorph Dimension); and then the Originator (in the AmalgaMension Dimension). Throughout these changes, he maintains as the author his stream-of-consciousness to deliver another well-planned twist that goes back to “The Guy.”

     
     
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