Overview

The man in this story is living with a very odd houseguest. He doesn't mind, however, and in fact finds his visitor quite agreeable. They talk of many things, the man attempting to explain his way of life to his curious guest. But when it comes to the subject of his people's wars, the man completely confounds his visitor. And in the end, the man is left with only one choice, which is really no choice at all. This story is a tribute to the late, great Ray Bradbury.

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Water And War

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Overview

The man in this story is living with a very odd houseguest. He doesn't mind, however, and in fact finds his visitor quite agreeable. They talk of many things, the man attempting to explain his way of life to his curious guest. But when it comes to the subject of his people's wars, the man completely confounds his visitor. And in the end, the man is left with only one choice, which is really no choice at all. This story is a tribute to the late, great Ray Bradbury.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940045473972
  • Publisher: K.G. Arndell
  • Publication date: 11/29/2013
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 519,064
  • File size: 65 KB

Meet the Author

K.G. Arndell is a writer of suspense, fantasy, science fiction and horror, essentially anything that falls under the speculative fiction umbrella.K.G. has had a life-long love affair with books. He was weaned on authors such as Kurt Vonnegut, Ray Bradbury, Richard Matheson, Arthur C. Clarke and H.G. Wells. Books were always strewn everywhere about the big white house in Indiana where he grew up. Though he loves literary works (Dickens and Twain, for instance), his main fascination lies in the fantastic and the macabre, probably because he was so heavily exposed to it early on.Later, he discovered Robert McCammon, Dean Koontz, F. Paul Wilson, Dan Simmons, Ramsey Campbell, and (God help us, everyone) Stephen Edwin King, as well as several others, and the die was indelibly cast.K.G. now lives with his wife in southern California.
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