Echo-A Dystopian Science Fiction Novel

I’m reliving my past life as a happy velociraptor.  I’m running around, munching on cool stuff like giant bugs and the first mammals, when a T-Rex bursts out of the fronds and shakes the earth with a douchey roar.  My pack scatters, but before I can run he pins me down with a giant foot.  He gives me an evil grin and says, “I got plans for all this.”  He swipes the air with a stunted arm.  “I’m gonna create giant offices where you guys tally up my meat and keep track of inventory.  You’re all gonna wear this new thing called a ‘suit and tie.’  No more running around and eating whatever you feel like.  No more cooling your junk with this nice Cretaceous breeze.  Say hello to the age of the Yuppie Dinosaur.”  My eyes clench shut, and I desperately think of a badass story I know I’m gonna tell someday called Echo.  Magic flash.  A meteorite screams in from the sky, knocks the T-rex off me, and scoops me up.  After I catch my balance I stand up on it and surf through the air.  The T-Rex chases after me but it’s too slow.  As I make my escape I give it the middle of my three fingers and yell, “Better get used to that fool!  You’re about to be eating some meteor dick real soon!”  Yep, the big ones ate it, and the rest of us turned into birds.  I’m cool with it.

On the off-chance you are reincarnated as a dinosaur and get bullied by T-Rexes, I highly recommend Echo.  Get Echo Vol. 1 on Kindle here:  Vol. 1 on Kindle.  Vol. 2 on Kindle here:  Vol.2 on Kindle. Links for Vol.2 on Smashwords/Nook/iBooks/Kobo are available here:  Echo on other platform Echo Vol.1 will be available on Kindle Unlimited until October 9, 2016.

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