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Since the Sirens by E.E. Isherwood
As the tornado sirens drone for an hour, it heralds the end of civilization and the start of the Zombie Apocalypse. Those who can, run. Others, like 104-year-old Martinette Peters, figure they’ll soon be dead. However, her 15-year-old great-grandson has other ideas. Together they head out into the chaos of the plague-infested city. They’ll need a miracle to escape. But when society itself is collapsing, is one miracle going to be enough?
Immortal Guardian by Michael J. Farlow
In this second book of the Host Saga, Van Childs faces a new and more difficult decision. To continue the path he reluctantly started with no turning back and the prospect of facing a lonely, immortal future. Or, opting out and allowing mankind to fend for itself. With his previous enemy defeated, it is possible he can now continue plans to prepare mankind to meet the Arkon if he chooses. New to him is the revelation by the caretaker AI that there is another base on the moon with even more technology. What Childs doesn’t consider is the possibility that individual, state and even extraterrestrial forces might act against his efforts and the interests of mankind.
Hard Science Fiction
From the Ice Incarnate by Joe Vasicek
When Michael Anderson woke from cryo at a distant alien star, he had no idea how alone he would feel. No idea, that is, until his sole mission partner starts to die in the thawing process. Twenty light-years from the nearest human being, cut off completely from anyone who could help, Michael must act quickly to save her life.
A 3,500 word excerpt from GENESIS EARTH. Won first place in the 2009 Mayhew short story contest at Brigham Young University.
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