Platypus

A short novel. The book follows the story of Cyrus, a man that finds himself in quite the peculiar predicament. For reasons, and by methods he cannot comprehend, he is repeatedly transported to a disturbing, bizarre location where he is subjected to unspeakable horrors, and where he encounters characters that defy all reason, and where nothing that happens ever makes any sense, at all. Is it all just a bad dream? He sets about uncovering the secrets and solving the mystery as to what it is that is happening. In doing so, he learns that uncovering the truth reveals a far more intricate web of absurd impossibilities than he ever expected and that, sometimes, deciphering what is real and what is not, can be a bewildering and preposterous proposition.

Meet Mark Comstock

I have written fifteen books, six under the name, Xavier Cockroachal Damon, six under the name, Aaron Aaronson, and three under the name, Mark Comstock. The books consist of novels and collections of stories and all have a lot of dark humor, often very dark. The books could be considered bizarre, outrageous, absurd and audacious. They are uncompromising, unconventional, irreverent and most definitely off the beaten path. Also, contrary to some reports, Xavier Cockroachal Damon is not the absolute worst and dumbest pen name of all time.