We Free Prophets - Volume Two

All Rights Reserved ©


As the first volume of We Free Prophets neared completion, I experienced a revelation regarding the plight of humankind. Empathy grew for those who had a negative impact upon my childhood development, whom I had always blamed for the disturbances in my mental health, for I realised something must have happened to them to make them behave as they did. And since I reasoned that something must have happened to those who had a negative impact on their development, I understood all were only links in a chain of disturbed humans receding into the past, and advancing into the future too, unless the phenomena responsible for the disturbances were eradicated. I assumed disturbed humans are evidence suggesting humankind's evolution is flawed, and the flaw; a consequence of civilisation's crooked construct. I reasoned that if the world were the paradise it could be, the flaw would be eradicated and humankind would advance in evolutionary synchronicity with all the Earth's life, and the planet itself. The revelation expanded until I was certain I knew what had to change to ensure humankind's healthy development, and embarked on a fantasy where I had the power to create a paradisical world. The fantasy forms the concluding chapters in the first volume of We Free Prophets. An obsession with the fantasy inspired further writing, which is documented here, in the second volume.

Martin Sharratt
Age Rating:

Prologue - Finland 2020

During ten years of sporadic online publication, the first volume of We Free Prophets was entitled Privacy Anonymity and other Meaningless Words, which I will refer to as PAM from this point.

PAM inspired further writings, all of which are connected to it in some way, so I have created this, the second volume of We Free Prophets, to enable an appreciation of the connections and introduce the works in order of creation. An account of my life weaves through poems, short stories, blog posts and novellas and concludes in the final chapters.

I begin by recounting events from the moment I turned right, outside the building where I lost my anonymity, in 2007, with thoughts of booking myself into an asylum.

Continue Reading Next Chapter
Further Recommendations

Curvykitten: The author broached a very difficult subject but did it with care and understanding. Liam is a man in a million. So glad i read this

Naomi Beattie: I came across this book while scrolling through Facebook. I love it and look forward for the end

Rebekah: I simply live the story! The simplicity itself is what made it enjoyable to read.

astaraxy: The authour represents emotions and setting perfectly! Wonderful grammar, I already know the second installment will be amazing!

PURPLE: I loved this! The ending was very unexpected but still very interesting. Well done!

Columbine Pirouette: How could the evasive Quinn and wary Lilah commit to each other when both have their own doubts? Despite their personal differences, the irresistible attraction between them cannot be denied. I love the way the story evolved and how the personalities were unveiled. This an impressive novel!👍👍

ebilomarose: Thank you once again for an un-put-downable entertainment that comes with great knowledge, insight into places and great delicates, etc. You rock Maroz.

badmummy2010: Loving the story and getting different points of views hopefully including Samuel's.

More Recommendations

Serenia Newton: Amazing story. Can't wait for the next book. Congrats on getting it published

Unbothered_Rookie: I think its a well thought through story im not done yet so i dont know what happens next

Dea Spears: Amazing story!! If you have some great stories like this one, you can publish it on NovelStar.

Stephanie Pritchard: Interesting story, I wish it was updated though, I want to know how it turns out.

Taggsa: Love this book i can not wait until it is updated such an amazing plot line, job well done and it will more than likley be one that stays in my library.

Kellyan David: I really liked but it's not the ending I was hoping for. I really enjoy reading and the ending made it a bit real and not fiction because ppl do go through things like that. I'm happy they stuck together through it all

About Us

Inkitt is the world’s first reader-powered publisher, providing a platform to discover hidden talents and turn them into globally successful authors. Write captivating stories, read enchanting novels, and we’ll publish the books our readers love most on our sister app, GALATEA and other formats.