Micro God

Micro God

by K.R. Martin

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Micro God by K.R. Martin

Richard Clarke is a man born with the unnatural ability to control all reality around himself. Whether it be granting himself immortality, stopping bullets in mid-air, or destroying his enemies with a mere thought, he is often feared as a god on Earth. However, outliving everyone he ever loved whilst losing friends to the limitations of his powers causes a heavy burden upon his shoulders, and in the 21st Century, Clarke is a stoic loner, traveling and living only to kill evil. He has no time for friends or family, but all that changes when he meets a dedicated doctor working in the dark streets of Detroit.

In Detroit, Clarke vows to eliminate all gangs terrorizing the city's populace. However, after delivering a junkie with a broken leg to a hospital, Clarke is given a chance to end his decades of rampages, killing criminals and villains. Instead, he is offered a chance to work in the hospital along the idealistic Doctor Chloe Hall. His powers give him an incredible edge in the emergency room and he soon realizes that he could save everyone who comes through the hospital doors. But the gangs are still out there, and Clarke has to make a choice. Should he keep killing, or should he begin saving lives?

"That which is destroyed cannot be repaired. That which is mended cannot be maintained."

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781618429643
Publisher: BookBaby
Publication date: 01/04/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 42
File size: 394 KB

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Micro God 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Jabberwonk More than 1 year ago
This is an excellent read by a new (seems to be new - can't find anything else under that name) author. The story includes not only an interesting sic-fi device, but does a solid job of character exploration and development. I'm looking forward to more from this author and more about the Richard Clarke character.
OverlordBossk More than 1 year ago
K.R. Martin's first work is a wonderful Sci-Fi short! Descriptions of the city and places within are great, and character development was superb for how small the book is. Hopefully this is not the last time we'll see Richard Clarke, and I look forward to more works from K.R. Martin.