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?
“What about the man we were supposed to save? We need to go back there.” Prudence brushed off the leaves and twigs on her jacket. The bright Hand of Justice, that stopped our descent downhill, turned her into a silhouette.
The suppressed laughter died. The impulse of fear subsided. What replaced both was relief, however only temporary. The city air left our nostrils as gravity dragged down to the earth both Prudence and me. There was a thud and a groan, followed by another groan and another thud.
The golden chain morphed into a huge, golden serpent darting its way towards Prudence and me on air. Prudence tightened her grip on her magical lasso and kept her eyes on the man in the pinstripe suit. The serpent and the lasso clashed, turning into an explosion of orange and blue sparks
“If they're not vampires, what are they?” The Lasso of Light twirled above Prudence's head twirled.
“They're folks who we will not fight and should not be here with us,” I answered.
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.