Blue Apples is a mind-bending psychological thriller that dives headlong
into the paranoid convolutions of a conspiracy
Eris, an intense University student, is researching her paper on social
phobias. Following a lead, she stumbles upon the diaries of an obscure
early 20th Century horror novelist and poet. The strange term “Noon
Blue Apples” appears. Once. Twice. Three times. Subversive and
discomforting pirate radio transmissions bleed into her stereo headphones
as she jogs. The research leads Eris to 23rd Street, and down a flight
of stairs to the (literally underground) Chapel Perilous bookstore.
While browsing the dusty shelves, she encounters an eccentric trio
the store, and who eventually agree to unveil the secrets of their
Soon people seem to be watching her. Her path leads to alien invasions,
the Bavarian Illuminati, the Dogon tribe and the Sirius star system,
the Freemasons and the Priory of Sion, and solid evidence that Scott
Baio is the Anti-Christ. Synchronicity begins to rip holes in her
beliefs, and her vision of reality starts to crumble.
Are her experiences merely a series of bizarre coincidences, or evidence
of the conspiracies of an ancient secret society? Her skepticism
is tested as the most enigmatic and dangerous theories start to
starts to slip into a dangerous parallel world of metaphor, chaos
and the struggle to control the world.