Echo: A Dystopian Science Fiction Novel

There goes my big mouth again, carelessly talking smack about Kate Middleton.  Privileged horse-riding socialites are pursuing me, their eyes as cold as the black-paneled optics on stormtrooper helmets.  They’re hemming me in, leaping over obstacles, taking potshots at me with rifles and pistols.  A bullet wings me in the ass.  “Got him in the prime mover!” one of them—a Crossfit nerd, undoubtedly—exclaims.  I tumble, sky and grass whirling together in my vision.  Before I come to a stop I slap the ground, push up, and keep running.  Up ahead, I spot a see-saw.  Open my eReader to Echo.  Magic flash.  The see-saw starts glowing, and I charge toward it.  The clop of hooves sound hard in my ears as I dip, leap, sail through the air…land on the see-saw.  It rockets me into the sky and wreaths me in eldritch fire.  My eyes glow with the power of a thousand suns, my hands are miniature supernovas.  The socialites turn tail and flee in terror.  I zip over to the parking lot—surfing ancient, cosmic forces—and destroy their fleet of SUVs.  Then I reach into their minds and show them their futures:  a despairing existence which will sadly peak on a Bravo housewife show.  They begin sobbing and commit seppuku.

One day, you will accidentally speak ill of Kate Middleton.  And on that day, you will fight for your very life.  Make sure you have access to earth-shattering magicks.  Get Echo Vol. 1 on Kindle here:  Vol. 1 on Kindle.  Vol. 2 on Kindle here:  Vol.2 on Kindle

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