Despite access to the greatest healthcare in the world, U.S citizens are not immune to medical horror stories. Such was the experience of Ken Dickson, a beloved husband and father, and a respected engineer, with a spotless medical record. What should have been an ordinary surgical procedure instead propelled him into a high security psychiatric ward where psychiatrists branded him a danger to himself and others.
In this daring fictional memoir, Ken Dickson continues the story from where he left off in his real-life psychiatric misadventure, Detour from Normal. While confined in a high-security psychiatric facility in Phoenix, Arizona, Ken experienced a dramatic change that left him in a heightened state of consciousness. As he marveled at his new mind-set, he wondered, could this be contagious? Now Ken has returned to a normal life, but his former manic visions are never far from thought.
"Good Book, Great Narration."