A Taste of Tomorrow: The Dystopian Boxed Set

A Taste of Tomorrow: The Dystopian Boxed Set

Chris Ward, David Wright, Hugh Howey, Sean Platt, Tony Bertauski, Jason Gurley, Saul Tanpepper, Colin F. Barnes, T. W. Piperbroo

Language: English

Pages: 2164

ISBN: 2:00267832

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

A Taste of Tomorrow: The Dystopian Boxed Set

Chris Ward, David Wright, Hugh Howey, Sean Platt, Tony Bertauski, Jason Gurley, Saul Tanpepper, Colin F. Barnes, T. W. Piperbroo

Language: English

Pages: 2164

ISBN: 2:00267832

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


A Taste of Tomorrow - The Dystopian Boxed set includes 11 books from some of the biggest names in dystopian literature in a single collection. Each story contains a brand new foreword by its author.

Note to readers: Some stories of the collection are the first book in a series, and others are standalone novels. Page count numbers are listed next to each book for reference.

THE STORIES:

Sand: Part 1 - The Belt of the Buried Gods by Hugh Howey (40 Pages)

Yesterday’s Gone: Season One by Sean Platt and David Wright (503 pages)

Apocalypse Drift by Joe Nobody (314 pages)

Contamination Zero by T.W. Piperbrook (95 pages)

Artificial Evil by Colin F. Barnes (272 pages)

The Tube Riders by Chris Ward (449 pages)

Halfskin by Tony Bertauski (260 pages)

After the Cure by Deirdre Gould (415 pages)

Black Hull by Joseph Turkot (317 pages)

The Man Who Ended the World by Jason Gurley (270 pages)

Gameland: Book 1 - Deep Into the Game by Saul Tanpepper (130 pages)

The Mammoth Book of Apocalyptic SF

Sister Emily's Lightship and Other Stories

Horrors Unknown

Digital Domains: A Decade of Science Fiction & Fantasy

The Thackery T. Lambshead Cabinet of Curiosities: Exhibits, Oddities, Images, and Stories from Top Authors and Artists

The Illustrated Man

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

probably going to be a problem, isn’t it Mom?” Paola said. Mary said, “Maybe, but I think we’ll be able to manage. We have a ton of stuff in cans, and as long as the population is as small as we think it might be, grocery stores will have plenty. We’ll just need to stock up when we can.” “Are you worried?” Mary smiled at Paola. “Yes, of course, but I also think we’re going to get through this.” She shook her head. “No, I know we’re going to get through this.” She stopped spreading peanut

apart. “All set!” the nurse said, standing up proudly. Howard wondered how many stitches she had given before. From the look in her eyes, she was quite impressed with the work she had done. “Looks good!” he confirmed, but figured he wouldn’t have known the difference either way. The nurse beamed and began to put away her supplies. “Hey, if you ever get bored, I work at the precinct downtown,” he said. “You should stop by. Ask for Howard.” “Definitely!” She smiled, but her blue eyes remained

in. Updates had been few and far between, but he’d been kept informed. Now, he was using the phone to report the progress in St. Matthews. Due to the town’s small size and remote location, Howard guessed it was one of the first to be infected. A trial run for what was to come. The information Howard had was limited. He’d been told that the virus would start with the food and water supply, and that he should avoid anything produced after a certain date. But he also knew that the Agents had

He scanned his aisle, looking for something, anything he might be able to use as a weapon. He wished he were in the cutlery aisle, but the small tool aisle would have to do. He grabbed a generic-looking hammer, orange with a black handle. It wasn’t heavy, but it was metal, and he figured it could do a fair amount of damage. He started toward the front of the store again, this time on tiptoe, hammer ready. Silence on the other aisle. He wondered if his stalker was staying put or creeping along

up a safe zone on Black Island. We are running ferries from East Hampton Docks every four hours starting at 8 a.m. We advise anyone traveling to do so only during the day. We’ve had reports of strange sightings at night. Repeat: It is not safe to stay in the city. If you are indoors at night, we advise you to wait until morning to travel.” A long pause followed, then the recording looped and started over. “Black Island?” Brent said, “That’s the place where Homeland Security has a complex and

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