I should be scared, like the rest of them.
I should be at home with the doors and windows barricaded. But no. I'm out on the streets, walking and walking, sure my mind is about to burn out. The last thing I need is to run into a snot-nosed kid with a stolen alien artifact. Both seem to have something to do with the vines invading the city, but why should I care? If my mind burns out it will take care of the problem on my end permanently.
Unfortunately for me, the vines care.
A science fiction short story. This edition includes the complete BONUS story, "In the Cauldron"
|Publisher:||Star Catcher Publishing|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
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About the Author
There might be some truth in that.
As a reader I love science fiction with great plots, interesting characters, exotic locales, all accompanied by a sense of wonder with optimistic endings. As a writer, I love the same.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Sosososososososososososo good!!! I feel bad... poor Susan... :( Perry will go to the movies with her! :3 Anyway, keep on keepin' on!!! :D ~Echo
the way this book is done in first-person makes it truly unique. the story, the characters, even the settings are done with top notch quality. this book grabs you from the very start and does not let go even after the finish. wonderful novellette, grade A workmanship.