A Hyperbola of Reality is written entirely in limited third
person past tense, which is something of a departure for me, as I'm usually wallowing in the depths of first person.
At any rate; despite the title, the story really has very little to do with hypothetical algebraic mathematics. Thankfully.
What it is is a story about a rather unassuming young chap
called Michael, from Chicago, who gets acosted by a strange looking white horse one day, and subsequently finds himself in
the middle of what he thinks is the weirdest dream he's ever had.
It's not a dream; and Michael's been dragged kicking (well, punching, really) and screaming
(uh... swearing. Lots) into Valdemar. A place he knows absolutely nothing about... but now has
to save from eradication.