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Continuum: A Short Story Collection

Continuum: A Short Story Collection

Written by Chad Lester

Narrated by Natalie Barber and Jeffrey Machado


Continuum: A Short Story Collection

Written by Chad Lester

Narrated by Natalie Barber and Jeffrey Machado

Length:
3 hours
Released:
Nov 4, 2020
ISBN:
9781664976115
Format:
Audiobook

Description

Continuum is a genre defying collection of sharp suspenseful stories that tread on the darker side of human nature. 

Ambitious in scope, it vividly moves through slices of time—from ages past, the present, and into the unknowable future. The stories question our deepest subconscious passions and asks—how much control do we really have? Can good people be conditioned to commit atrocities? Is it possible for kindness and cruelty to exist within the same person? Can our species ever extricate itself from our worst tendencies? In the most interconnected age in human history—why are some of us so alone?

REVIEWS

"Tension-building excellence . . . Often ethereal and otherworldly, Continuum is a short story collection designed to challenge perceptions of life and its trajectory. Its literary collection of suspense pieces probe the dark psyche of the soul and the evolutionary process that brings humanity and individuals to their knees, only to arise with new possibilities."

   —D. Donovan, Senior Reviewer, Midwest Book Review 

"A fantastic short story collection that explores the truths of human experience . . . While the stories are widely diverse, a single motif runs through them, uniting them all. Whether we're visiting ancient Britain, futuristic Mars, or a modern day 20s-inspired cocktail lounge, these well-executed stories dig into the heart of human nature."

   —Independent Book Review

Released:
Nov 4, 2020
ISBN:
9781664976115
Format:
Audiobook

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