Ominous Realities: The Anthology of Dark Speculative Horrors

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You don't know what the future might hold. Well, not until now...

Offering a collection of terrifying stories of science fiction, dark fantasy and speculative horrors, OMINOUS REALITIES is a dark thrill ride into the future that explores what might be in store for mankind.

This wicked journey isn't limited by time or gravity. Instead it takes you on an exploration of futuristic and post-Apocalyptic worlds, to experience societies where dark ...

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Overview

You don't know what the future might hold. Well, not until now...

Offering a collection of terrifying stories of science fiction, dark fantasy and speculative horrors, OMINOUS REALITIES is a dark thrill ride into the future that explores what might be in store for mankind.

This wicked journey isn't limited by time or gravity. Instead it takes you on an exploration of futuristic and post-Apocalyptic worlds, to experience societies where dark corporations rule, where humanity must consider terrifying alternatives for its survival, and to the dangerous realities that may be in store, dragging you through horrifying speculative scenarios that pose dire consequences for the existence of mankind.

Yesterday you didn't know what tomorrow would hold. Lucky for you. Now you do...

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781940658117
  • Publisher: Grey Matter Press
  • Publication date: 12/15/2013
  • Pages: 332
  • Sales rank: 904,985
  • Product dimensions: 5.25 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.74 (d)

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  • Posted May 20, 2014

    This book is filled with a great set of out of the box stories.

    This book is filled with a great set of out of the box stories. To start off 'How to Make a Human' by Martin Rose is an excellent story of robots try to resurrect humanity. This is followed by one of my favorite authors John F.D. Taff, his story 'Angie' is a great survival story in the apocalypse. The book just keeps getting better with the contribution of William Meikle and his tale 'On the Threshold'. Its a great science experiment gone wrong, of course it is, what else would it be. There are many more stories that took me places I didn't expect. 'Deciding Identity' by Paul Williams is another favorite of mine in the collection. A great syfy story in a future mixed with a parallel world where only one can remain.

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