In the winter of 1872, Captain William Trace and his men were ordered by his superiors at Fort Vancouver to investigate a series of unexplained attacks on local citizens in the remote villages of the wild and untamed Washington Territory. What they found would change their lives - and the
Lee Lackey’s Zomb-eh Review "Random Fire" by Van Aaron Hughes Undisclosed Government Facility 11/27/2011 GWMT 1400 hours Preface: Researchers attempting to follow up on my work should read the previous set of notes here. Notes of Dr. Celebus: I have been given permission to give the test subject another short story.
Miko Onihara followed the love of her life from New York City to Montgomery, Alabama, only to be dumped and left behind. Overeducated and underemployed, she barely gets by as a waitress in a sushi restaurant, thanks to her stingy customers. Her next customer, however, will be more interesting —
UPDATE: This story is now a part of the collected book, The Dying of the Light: The Walker Chronicles, and is no longer available separately. Many of the people who’ve read The Dying of the Light: End have asked me this question. I deliberately left Tom’s fate somewhat uncertain in the book, because
From Amazon.com: Jonas Black lives a peaceful life in the Europa mining colony and has spent the last two years building Manta--a submarine with an onboard artificial intelligence that soon becomes one of his closest friends. When Jonas embarks on a journey to explore the planetary ocean of Jupiter's moon
He is tall, dangerous, and one of the last of his kind, a kind which has a sordid and often bloody history. The Board has convened, and requested his presence in an effort to stifle - literally - their competition. He isn't what they're expecting, however, and before they know
Welcome to the territory. Leave your metal behind, all of it. The bugs will eat it, and they’ll go right through you to get it…Don’t carry it, don’t wear it, and for god’s sake don’t come here if you’ve got a pacemaker. The bugs showed up about fifty years ago--self-replicating, solar-powered, metal-eating
If someone had said to me, "See, there's this book about this therapist and her PTSD patients. And you're going to really enjoy it," I would've laughed for days. Silly, silly me. The premise of The Last Man on Earth Club is one of parallel universes where the Earth has