How much would some extra space mean to you?
The scientists dreamt of infinite multiple universes but in the end there were only two. Ours, fertile and rich, the other dead and grey, a poisonous wasteland. A complete dead loss according to the press and the media, but one bright new start-up discovers a way to attach doorways to the front of houses to add much needed parking space to their inner city homes.
It seems a good idea when, but as he stares out onto the dead world he has the sense the planet is observing him. It’s mad. The planet is so clearly dead. Barren.
But sometimes he thinks he sees the solid earth bubble and shift. But it can’t be true. Can it?
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About the Author
Edgar Millions books are mostly sci-fi, with a dash of fantasy, horror and contemporary fiction thrown in. I have numerous stories available on Smashwords all free of charge and one short novel, A Button To Save the World (available for a miniscule fee - or for free to anyone who follows me on Twitter and asks for it). I grew up in London and studied Art and Animation at Central St Martins and Surrey Institute of Art and Design, and thanks to Smashwords have finally found something to do with all the short stories I write to distract me from the novel I'm now attempting to edit. The novel, my first full length book, is going to be called “Ordinary” and would have published already if I didn't keep being interrupted by regularly having to attend a day job to earn money.