The Unreliable Narrator

I’ve received a few e-mails about the content of Six Counties Seven Sins questioning the accuracy of my “history” and/or the soundness of my religious and philosophical statements.  I remind the reader that I am not the narrator. I am the author. William Stone, who narrates most of the story, is an unreliable sort. He rarely sees things the way they are for multiple reasons, all of which, I believe, I have either shown or stated within the body of the novel.

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