In the tradition of Arthur C. Clarke, Isaac Asimov, Stephen King and Bernard Malamud comes a group of short tales that will take you to another world, or help you see this one in an entirely new light.
In this collection from award-winning author Jonathan Maas:
§ We wake up with a woman who sleeps for centuries so that she can monitor humanity’s progress.
§ We discover a world that has survived the apocalypse, but remains unaware of the horror that still moves beneath the surface.
§ We meet a couple who learns why you should never go back in time.
Some of the characters are on a grand direction, while some of them are just ordinary people who find themselves in circumstances beyond their understanding. But every one of them holds the importance of an endling, and will show you things you’ve never thought possible.
Includes the novella -100: Never Go Back in Time!
Jon Maas has born in New Haven, Connecticut and grew up in San Antonio, Texas. After graduating from Stanford University with degrees in Biology and History, he's earned a living as a Musician, Peace Corps Volunteer, Standup Comedian, TV Producer and Web Designer.
His first novel, "City of gods - Hellenica" has been well received, and he has two more books he hopes to release in the next year.
Photo used by permission from the author.