Seven stories. And inside the confines of their covers, reality stops. This is where the dark images from beyond the outer limits begin. These stories dwell in another universe. A universe of the mind. Step through the boundaries of thought, to a place where the senses move from the dark illusions of a shadowy quest, into a Disney type world of love as experienced by two swans in the wilds of a hidden lake and forest. Then step into the twilight of nightmarish hallucinations as you journey into a world of madness. These seven stories run the gamut of emotions, ranging from uneasy panic in the Book Store, into the terror of being buried alive in The Casket. Then dwell in the shadows of a musician's battle with despair and drugs in The Saxophone. As each story unfolds, you find yourself crossing different intersections of the defined limits of reality, into the twilight zone of emotion. You wont be able to simply sit and read these stories, for those who have read them previously, have said: Ray Hursh's writing is so descriptive that the reader will experience feelings of actually being there - and of being a participant of the story. - Judy Binder. Educator. Now. into the outer limit of thought, and dwell in the twilight of the unusual. Experience another universe. A universe controlled by the secret recesses of the mind.