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Mutation Nation
     

Mutation Nation

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by Kelly Dunn
 
We Are the Mutation Nation!

The scariest monsters may not be the supernatural creatures we've been taught to fear. We can run from the marauding zombie, refuse to invite a hungry vampire, or turn on the light to banish the ghost in the dark. But there is one thing we cannot escape: our own DNA. When the very stuff we're made of starts to change, we question what

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We Are the Mutation Nation!

The scariest monsters may not be the supernatural creatures we've been taught to fear. We can run from the marauding zombie, refuse to invite a hungry vampire, or turn on the light to banish the ghost in the dark. But there is one thing we cannot escape: our own DNA. When the very stuff we're made of starts to change, we question what it is to be human. The answer may lead us to a country known as Mutation Nation.

The citizens of Mutation Nation are gathered here in eleven all-original stories from the inventive minds of New York Times bestselling author Stephen Woodworth (Through Violet Eyes), actress/writer Barbie Wilde (Hellraiser II, Hellbound Hearts), Pushcart-nominated writer Jarret Keene (A Boy's Guide to Arson), and other masters of the misfit who are sure to convince you that the most bizarre creatures in existence are ourselves. Let the maladaptive mayhem begin. Meet the inhabitants of Mutation Nation.

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ISBN-13:
9781937758028
Publisher:
Rainstorm Press
Publication date:
12/17/2011
Pages:
202
Product dimensions:
0.43(w) x 6.00(h) x 9.00(d)

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Mutation Nation: Tales of Genetic Mishaps, Monsters, and Madness 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Eric_J_Guignard More than 1 year ago
An intriguing collection of eleven stories exploring what occurs when the human body mutates. Ranging from horror to emotional prose, each contribution offers a fanciful insight into something potentially horrendous. As a fan of short fiction stories, I was enthralled by this topic in particular, as one which is endlessly fascinating. My personal favorites stories in this collection were "Angel and Grace," by Ed Kurtz, "Swanson," by Jarret Keene, and the touching story "The Dream In a Box," by Wendy Rathbone.