JC De La Torre - author of the critically acclaimed Rise of the Ancients saga - gives you a new speculative fiction collection featuring 10 astonishing stories. From the controversial Lucifer's Lament and Killing Osama to the vampire yarn Serial and the time travel adventure Continuum Force, De La Torre touches all the genres of Spec Fic. Sci-Fi, Fantasy, Horror - it's all here.
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JC De La Torre -- author of the critically acclaimed Fantasy series, Rise of the Ancients -- delivers an astonishing collection of speculative fiction short stories, his first foray into the short form.
This collections boasts something for everyone, foraging into each subgenre of spec fic including Science Fiction, Fantasy, Horror, and the Occult/Supernatural.
Who but JC De La Torre would have the mob attempt to whack a terrorist named Osama? A vampire who has no yearning for his humanity, only for the next kill. A tale about a businessman who gets lost in the Florida Everglades and hunted by cult that worships alligators.
De La Torre attacks reality TV with a story of contestants in a game show that find out sometimes nature doesn't want you to survive. He also gives you a group of ghost hunters who get more than they bargained for in a truly haunted house.
De La Torre takes to you other worlds with the space opera, Tawney's stars and to ancient Rome with the Continuum Force.
He gives you the tale of the young lovers who visit a tarot card reader and discover they have been together in multiple lifetimes.
Only De La Torre dares to ask the question - what if our forefathers got it all wrong and Lucifer was actually good?
He wraps up this collection with the latest entry into the Rise of the Ancients saga - Alulim. Dan Ryan tries to bring order to the chaos of the world left in the wake of the Gods' destructive path while bringing an end to the lower gods causing anarchy, led by the diabolical Dionysos.
From the controversial Killing Osama and Lucifer's Lament to the continuing saga with Alulim, De La Torre gives something to enjoy for all.