You can’t hurry love. You also can’t cultivate it over successive manipulations of the timeline. After inventing a time machine, Nigel and Daniel dance a tango through time as they vie for Paula’s affections. When Daniel wins, what’s a socially awkward doctoral student with a time machine to do but go back in time to try to woo her back? Only this time, he has to figure out a way to keep Daniel out of the equation.
Addison Haney is released from a psychiatric ward having suffered amnesia after an unknown traumatic event and embarks on a quest to figure out who she was. Rather than come together, her life begins to unravel. Addison suffers from a strange photo sensitivity to the sun, her boyfriend, Piers, is never around during the day, and Percival, the local club owner, seems to know more than he’s letting on. If that’s not bad enough, people around her start to die horrible, bloody deaths.
No sooner has Bethany beat the Carrington Pulitzer Revelation Chronicles Online Extended Playpack game than Agents Quinto and Nimoy show up on her doorstep (because that’s not weird). Their offer: serve her government by finding stolen and hidden secrets in the game.
Branded the Bay Street Bomber after getting involved with a gang of eco-terrorists, Bethany flees with Cain to Niagara Falls. TIt’s not until one of Jo-Jo’s kids disappears that she realizes she must escape if she is to survive. Who, if anyone, can she trust to help her?
When seventeen-year-old Judith meets Cain, she has no idea what she’s getting herself into. Cain is the most beautiful human being Judith has ever seen, but he hides a dangerous secret. When Jo-Jo, Cain’s surrogate father, offers her a job, she accepts, unaware she’s been recruited as a pawn in Jo-Jo’s ecoterrorist plot.
One book, thirteen stories.
In The Nexus and Other Stories, science fiction author Elise Abram explores the myths of the modern world.
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