People are full of opinions and convinced that what works for them can be plugged into everyone else’s life and work for them as well.

Me? I recognize that it takes all kinds to make the world go ‘round, and the Kryuss Trilogy is designed to resonate with all of them. Every allegory has a double or even triple meaning, but I’ll divulge none of them. That’s for you to figure out.

If you fall on the conservative end of the spectrum, you might read one of these books and go “Yes! This guy’s speaking the truth!” If you’re a left-leaning reader, you might also be under the impression that it stands in solidarity with your particular set of beliefs and values.

You’re both incorrect. The true “villains” in all three books are unmistakably and irredeemably mustache-twirlingly evil, and they are the people in power over all of these bickering…

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