Do you enjoy dystopian, post apocalyptic stories - like Divergent, Hunger Games or Wool?
If you answered ’Yes’, then you are guaranteed to fall in love with the “Future’s Fight” story and its characters.
Mankind’s abuse of the planet reached a critical point. The earth could not sustain the number of humans that lived on its surface. Decades of famine, disease and war brought the human species to the brink of extinction.
To preserve the human race, underground cities were built.
Two hundred years after the abandonment of the surface, one underground city is discovering that social segregation and populace control by propaganda can have a very negative effect...
The underground cities may remind you of the dystopian future of the Wool series by Hugh Howey. However, in Future’s Fight Stacy Welsh takes it a step further by creating characters with knowledge of what humanity did to destroy Earth, and a distinct class system of bottom dwellers those more fortunate who live in the upper levels.
Future’s Fight - Episode 1: The Angels of Abaddon puts you immediately into the middle of the action as lower level resistance activities to fight for equality and better living conditions are escalating.
Episode 1 will capture your attention from the moment in Chapter 1 where Sophie and Elizabeth are separated by an “accident” - and keep your mind racing right up until the last word of Chapter 6. FYI - don’t brush over the last sentence.
We would love to hear your thoughts:
- Was it an ‘accident’ that separated Sophie and Elizabeth?
- Who is the strongest female character - Sophie, Elizabeth or Donna?
- Is Charles a good guy or is he just playing a part in his father’s grand plan?
- And what did you think about that moment when Sophie has to [redacted - spoiler alert]?
Seriously, we want to hear from you.
Pick up your copy now - and after the last sentence has sunk in - be sure to let us hear your thoughts
It is important for you to understand that the “Future’s Fight” book series was purposely written with the amount of content similar to a TV show (approx.13k words).
We are artists who want to create an ‘experience’ for our Fans.
Genre: Science Fiction
Sub-genres: dystopian world, post apocalyptic, with a little steampunk and cyberpunk thrown in for extra flavor
Type: Short story - can be consumed in one sitting (roughly same content as 1-hour TV show)
Content: Minor adult content
Age: Best suited for kids ages 16 and over. With that being said, teens and adults alike will easily all in love with this story - especially if they're already interested in science fiction.
Enjoy Your copy of Future's Fight now!