Beyond Reason consists of eleven stories of discovery from within the imperfections of the human mind. Like us, its characters search the dark places of dreams for the key to meaning, but find themselves running from faceless monsters in the dark. Perhaps the monsters are the key.
Like us, they search in art. They try to squeeze inside the suffering of others, hoping that what they seek might be found within the maze that makes up the mind of a tormented kindred soul. To their dismay, the mutterings of other madmen simply compound the questions in their heads. Perhaps the mutterings of other madmen are the questions they need ask.
Like us, some turn to the world within: to reason. In reason they finally think they