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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Fantasy / Contemporary
  • Language:English
  • Pages:132
  • Format:Paperback
  • eBook ISBN:9781667840901
  • Paperback ISBN:9781667840895

The Wrath of Mary Sue

by Marquis Flores

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Overview
Brace yourselves. A fictional goddess, Mary Sue, has entered our world to bring vengeance upon humanity for the way we treat her kind. She has had enough and wishes to unleash her wrath upon us all. Her kind? Fictional Characters: beings that humanity has forced to endure endless trials and catastrophes just for our entertainment. For that, she wishes to unleash her wrath upon all humans. Does mankind stand a chance against this interdimensional entity? Only the government stands in her way, in what shall be a haunting battle for humanity's survival.
Description
A "Mary Sue" is a type of fictional character that is usually (but is not limited to) appearing in fanfiction, typically depicted as a flawless female character that is unrealistically prodigious with no equal to appropriately challenge them in a variety of fields. They are almost always in the right and have been ridiculed to the point of being a common term used for whenever people dislike a certain character. What if a "Mary Sue" were to exist in the real world? A realm of infinite sides that are almost always morally grey? How would the world react to someone like that, and would that character still be in the moral right? But most importantly, would that "Mary Sue" view humanity kindly, knowing how much we ridicule and suppress people like her? Brace yourselves, for a fictional goddess named Mary Sue, has entered into the real world to exact vengeance upon humanity for the way we treat her kind. Fictional Characters: beings that humanity has forced to endure endless trials and catastrophes just for our entertainment. She has had enough and wishes to unleash her wrath upon us all. Only the government stands in her way; in what shall be a haunting battle for humanity's survival. Does mankind stand a chance against this interdimensional entity? Or are we all doomed to perish under her unyielding judgment? Prepare yourself for "The Wrath of Mary Sue."
About the author
Marquis Flores (otherwise known as Kanakarogoh) is an American author of Puerto-Rican, Mexican, and Haitian descent, who has struggled to fit in with society due to his Asperger syndrome and overactive imagination. He has trained in martial arts, winning a trophy in an amateur grappling tournament, and is working towards his bachelor's degree from Purchase College in playwriting and screenwriting. Marquis finds the most inspiration while in a quiet/relaxing area, such as libraries, cafes, beaches, and parks. The ability to be in a peaceful spot allows Marquis to have ideas about on how lively and diverse humanity truly is, capturing the power and beauty of every moment. He aims to prove his philosophy that any idea, regardless of how weird or uncanny it may seem, can work with the right execution.
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