Echo: A Dystopian Science Fiction Novel

“Congratulations!  You’ve got the job!”  My new boss raises up from his seat and shakes my hand.  My feelings are mixed; I need the money to live, but I don’t want to spend decades shackled to an office.  “One more thing,” he says.  My eyebrow raises in curiosity.  He claps his hands and suddenly a horde of office nerds is holding me down.  He rolls up his sleeves and chuckles evilly.  “You have too much testosterone for office work; we’re going to have to do something about that.”  He begins chain-punching my nuts.  My world is transformed into a hazy world of gut-wrenching pain.  I’m screaming, pleading, but the nut-punches won’t stop coming.  My eReader drops out of my pocket, open to Echo.  Magic flash.  Suddenly my piece flops out, the nut-punches stop.  The office workers gasp.  “Look!” they cry, “He doesn’t have a micro-phallus!”  They begin murmuring amongst themselves.  I hear dozens say:  “What could this MEAN?”  Then, after a few nerve-wracking seconds, they prostrate themselves before me like the Ewoks did to 3PO.  The boss makes the sign of the cross, and with tears shining from his eyes, tells me to go in peace, and that his faith in humanity is restored.

Protect your package from office emasculators.  Get Echo Vol. 1 on Kindle here:  Vol. 1 on Kindle.  Vol. 2 on Kindle here:  Vol.2 on Kindle. Links for Vol.1 AND Vol.2 on Smashwords/Nook/iBooks/Kobo are available here:  Echo on other platforms


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