Echo: A Dystopian Science Fiction Novel

Absolute….MADNESS!  Grammar nazis have conquered the world.  They’re chasing me in Mad-max style dune buggies, pleasuring themselves to sculptures of their all-powerful god:  The Red Pen.  Their leader—a chinless, bespectacled shadow of a man—throws a giant red pen at me, javelin-style, entangling my legs and sending me head over heels.  I’m spitting up a mouthful of desert while the dune buggies circle around me.  Flight of the Bumblebees blasts from their speakers, accentuating the mad, scrambling hopelessness these tyrants ascribe to.  I open my eReader to Echo.  Magic flash.  Three fistfuls of ghost peppers are teleported into each of the nazis’ stomachs.  I see faces go purple, hands clutch bellies, then Grossness spew from both ends.  Dune buggies are winding through the desert in desperate twists as the drivers try to hold it in.  Not gonna happen.  The vehicles crash into each other, sending flaming geysers arcing through the sky.  I lean back and shade my face.  My skin is lit red by the glow of exploding gas tanks.  The surviving nazis tumble out of their vehicles, kneeling in the sand and moaning weakly.  It’s not long before a symphony of horrible, city-killer farts cuts through the air, and the grammar nazis are lying in pools of their own waste.  Appropriate; if you really think about it, that’s kinda what they do for a living.  😉

What will YOU do when the Grammar Apocalypse happens?  Get Echo Vol. 1 on Kindle here:  Vol. 1 on Kindle.  Vol. 2 on Kindle here:  Vol.2 on Kindle


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