A story that starts by getting the reader hooked – the protagonist is getting PTSD therapy due to losing his universe.
The Individual Stories category has two types of content : 1 – the stories I read in magazines and anthologies and review straight away, rather than waiting to complete the magazine or anthology and reviewing it all in one go. I started doing this in 2010; 2 – stories published as standalone ‘chapbooks’, or published online, or otherwise as a singleton. There are a couple of dozen stories of this nature, reviewing during the 2000s, which are available here.
Grey mould is taking over the world, and this story moves to a chilling climax, with the reader keen to find out what happens next.
A word about page layout which has a red illustration of chasm walls hemming in the text. That word is excellent.
Of the previous installment in this story series I wrote: “A ‘fast paced adventure’ of the kind that Purdom often produces that don’t really do it for me. But if you are wanting to read more about Harold the Human, here’s your chance…”
Further adventures of teen Beck Garrison on the independent seastead communities, facing up to the latest challenges, with her dad, as ever, on her case.
Lovecraftian horror as the shadow in the corner is enough to…
The daughter of a lunar scientist has to cope with the loss of the moon, and her mother, and the consequent challenges.
Deep in space some scientific mumbo-jumbo involving ‘uber-symmetry’, ‘complementary particles’, and ‘superpositioning’ allows a man to confront his dead father.