He is the least known of any Greek god yet has the greatest following of them all.

Many of his followers believe in no other god but him and thirst to know him.

The more they search, the more he eludes them.

Though human reverence to other gods fades, he remains a figure of worship and devotion.

He resides in Ignorance, a mystical realm beyond the fringes of human awareness.

He is Mysterius, the god of all that is unknown.

MysteriusHere begins the tale of the Lord of the Unknown and his struggle against his mortal foe and brother, Apollo, the Lord of Truth and Light.

“Mysterius” is one of 15 stories in Real Dreams: Thirty Years of Short Stories, a collection of short stories written over three decades with themes ranging from adventure, fantasy, mystery, spirituality, and mythology.

 

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Books by MG EdwardsMG Edwards is a writer of books and stories in the thriller and science fiction-fantasy genres. He also writes travel adventures and children’s books. A former U.S. diplomat, he served in South Korea, Paraguay, and Zambia before leaving the Foreign Service to write full time.

Edwards is author of six books. His memoir, Kilimanjaro: One Man’s Quest to Go Over the Hill, was finalist for the Book of the Year Award and the Global eBook Award. He has published four children’s picture books in the World Adventurers for Kids Series: Alexander the Salamander; Ellie the Elephant; Zoe the Zebra; and a collection featuring all three stories. His book Real Dreams: Thirty Years of Short Stories is an anthology of 15 short stories.

Edwards lives in Taipei, Taiwan with his wife Jing and son Alex. He has also lived in Austria, Singapore and Thailand. For more books or stories by M.G. Edwards, visit his web site at www.mgedwards.com or contact him by e-mail at me@mgedwards.com or on Twitter @m_g_edwards.

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