Call From The Dark - Synopsis
By Michael Fisher
Everything in the universe is random, and we have no control over life or what happens to us.
That is how Mike Fisher, a quadriplegic who uses a wheelchair and is paralyzed from the chest down, sees it. If there is a God pointing at people and cursing them with diseases, that’s no one he wants to meet anyway.
Fisher reveals what led him to be crippled and tries to make sense of the dark apocalyptic world he finds himself in this memoir about facing death. It’s a world where his mind is chased by darkness and ghosts visit regularly. Through this reflection, Fisher also provides his thoughts on a myriad of philosophies, psychology, and more.
This is also the story of his wife, Amanda, who has been the author’s guardian angel while battling health problems of her own. They were an ordinary couple head over heels in love when he fell ill.
This account isn’t about seeking sympathy as the author believes in just getting on with it— pulling up his pants and battling through is something he’s always done.
Join the author as he celebrates his survival and explores what life means in A Call from the Dark.