L. H. A. has created fantastic worlds full of both light and darkness in these twenty young adult flash fiction stories. Fantasy and science fiction collide in tales about advanced technology, magical worlds, and psychic powers.
In “Defective,” a girl unable to speak believes that she is defective. When she finds a strange notebook and a mysterious map, they will take her on a quest that will lead to an unbelievable place. In this strange new land, the girl must decide what she would be willing give up to help another.
In “Chosen,” a boy is determined to protect those in trouble. This noble intention is put to the test when he sees someone being attacked by a terrifying bully.
In “Eternal,” a man looks back on his life and wonders if anything he did made a difference in the world.
In “Human,” a fairy boy is caught in a game of cat and mouse with a human surveillance officer. If the fairy gets caught, it could spell his doom. In his escape, he will have to trust an unlikely ally.
These and the sixteen other stories use imaginative concepts to explore real-world issues like prejudice, isolation, and bullying.
War has raged for over 160 years, the reasons for the conflict long since forgotten. Violent gangs roam the streets of a city in chaos, preying on the innocent and the careless. Friends die. Family die.
But there are worse things in the darkness. Worse things beyond the curfew.
Curfew is a post-apocalyptic supernatural thriller. It's a short story, approximately 20 pages long, and contains scenes of violence.
It's a simple choice for Jen, but her mistake will unleash unimaginable horror...
...and the nearest help is three days away.
Station 331 is a short story in the five-part Cymic Parasite Breach series. Each story can be read independently.