"Linc's son watched as the man stood against the grim night, his arms outstretched as if to give his life on a cross. The red halo from the fires trembled behind and softly outlined the tops of his arms, the slight kink in his elbows and the fabric that sagged below."
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*Linc Freemore - Apocalyptic Science Fiction Story. 110 pages (27.396 words)*
Oil to Ashes 3, 'Warehouse' – A Linc Freemore Story
Life is now war. Linc's family are taken. Will he murder to get them back?
In the brutal conclusion of Oil To Ashes chaos reigns, all hope of peace is lost and Linc Freemore has failed to keep his family safe. Can he endure the worst this new reality can torture him with?Can he abandon his principals to get them back?
Linc discovers the true nature of the company he gave his best years to, the depths of their greed and conspiring and the limits of his own endurance.
About the Author
Born 1970 in a serene valley city, the middle child in a family where I realized much later that I wasn't actually the least favorite, the closest I got to an apocalypse was a fog over the river so thick you could almost swim in it. And as a ten year old Science Fiction fan and wanna be computer programmer, my most creative attempts at programming in BASIC code on my Dad's Timex/Sinclair ZX-81 barely triggered a foreboding error message, never mind the end of the world. I somehow fumbled my way through school and made it out the other end a success: clueless but still alive. My four year degree included a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science with a 1 year post graduate thingy on the end. During that time I discovered a natural affinity for both explaining things and for writing technical documentation. It turns out novels are harder. Twenty years and thousands of foreboding error messages later, I managed to escape my unfulfilling cubicle dugeon and I now live with my partner, Debbie, and our two Burmese cats/idiots where I run a small business from home. I enjoyed reading the great post apocalyptic stories so much that my own version seemed to devise itself. For me the scariest apocalypse is the one most likely to happen. I took plenty of inspiration from real world conflicts and the creative end of my brain converted itself from solving problems to inventing dilemmas. My evolution to fiction began with a series of three apocalyptic stories, Oil To Ashes 1, 2 & 3. After some people told me they liked it, it looks like there will be more. Maybe one day I'll be able to say "based on a true story"? Anyway, welcome to the oil wars. You can dip your toe in the cauldron for free with Oil To Ashes 1.