The Manthrian poet Mens
Lorson, better known under his writer's pseudonym "Monsonius", lived in
the 13th century after Santhros. His life was filled with tragedy, yet his
works show unique approaches and at times re-define the ways of writing.
However, it was only years after his death that he received first substantial
recognition, and it was not before the 16th century of the Santharian Calendar
Monsonius was re-discovered by Santhalian scholars. Since then he is best
remembered for his romantic lyrics and his groundbreaking approach of
writing semi-poetic tales and novels. This tome comprises various stories
written by Manthria's finest poet which he did before and during the work
on his novels - they are often misunderstood and criticised for their
inaccessibility, but therein lies also a fascination and striking beauty,
if one's heart and mind is open for the mystery and the unknown.