I Killed My Friends and It Thrilled Me
Walden and Hyde (and Other Short Stories)
Death's Last Days with the Dying
This spin-off series of the debut novel chronicles Death's memories in Cinnabar City. How does a day of reaping go by? Is it boring? Is it sad? Is it exciting? Are there any surprises waiting camouflaging with the shadows?
Annie folded the golden paper and stuffed it inside her back pocket. “Doesn't make sense,” she said.
She closed her eyes and felt the air around her, trying to trace a thread of life, when an unexpected thud on the floor diverted her attention.
“What kind of purpose always brings you outside at night?” Prudence turned on the wall lights, interrupting her friend's secret escape.
“I'd love to tell you but I can't.”
“Life only becomes meaningful if we bring good changes to the world,” said a blonde woman looking down to the busy Cinnabar street 150 feet below from the safety of her balcony.
“I need a high paying job first before I can bring any change to any world,” said another woman, a brunette, stepping through the door and joining her friend.
A surprising amount of red liquid that defied the physics of kitchenware shot from the cup to the ceiling. Samantha dropped the cup on the floor, screaming. She hurried out of the kitchen, her nightgown, face, and hair drenched in red that felt like blood.
THE DEBUT NOVEL
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Walden And Hyde
This Special Edition of the book contains early drafts of all the stories in this collection, plus author's note on the conception of the stories.