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The Man in the Mirror by Mark Time

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290 pages, 5.5″x8.5″

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A release of Jackalope Hill, an imprint of Antelope Hill Publishing.



Joe Blaine is an average young man, but after a series of catastrophic events unfolds in his life, his world becomes forever changed. Launched into a perilous journey he never would have chosen—but one he sorely needs—Joe learns the true value of struggle in a time when everyone would deem it pointless. In Joe’s world, gone are the days of a typical coming-of-age story, as society obscures truth and abuses its people. Instead, Joe is forced through adversity to take an honest look at himself and reconcile all his actions and inactions with the Man he sees staring back at him. As a result, Joe discovers that what seems like mere chance or inevitability is in reality the intersection of the deliberate actions of others and the guiding hand of Providence.


Fast-paced, action-packed, and thought-provoking, The Man in the Mirror takes the reader on an adventure along with Joe as he not only learns the truth about his society but also takes control of his own life. Antelope Hill Publishing is proud to present Mark Time’s first novel, The Man in the Mirror, a bold contribution to the world of dissident fiction.

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3 reviews for The Man in the Mirror by Mark Time

  1. Anonymous

    Absolutely brilliant work. I look forward to more from Mark.

  2. Anonymous

    Amazing. A real page turner. Cannot recommend this enough. You will not be disappointed.

  3. AG

    I really loved this book and the story, I spent several hours reading it at a time and finished it in 3 days. The author very clearly lays out his ideology through Joe’s uncle, and that was done quite well. My one criticism of the book is that, particularly later on in the book, there are an unrealistic amount of coincidences, like meeting previous characters simply by happenstance or the very ending also relies on this factor of coincidence. It did slightly take away from some of the immersion, however the actual plot aside from that rather small detail was very engaging and had my heart rate rising towards the end. I am very picky about reading fiction, and this certainly sets a high standard. I think every person who holds third position views should purchase and read this book.

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