"Much Madness is divinest Sense . . ."
The year is 1864. Victor von Hielzen visits his wife in an asylum. In his pocket, Victor carries a mysterious vial whose contents will end his wife's suffering. Using it, Victor embarks on a terrifying journey, the conclusion of which may hold the key to restoring Elizabeta von Hielzen's soul and sanity.
With "Divinest Sense," C. C. Blake brings us his most ambitious work yet, an 8000 word novelette that echoes Bram Stoker and Mary Shelley's great gothic nightmares. Madness, murder and passions lurk in this thrilling neo-Victorian tale.