Beacons of Tomorrow
...a surreal pilgrimage through an abandoned city. ...a dystopian society where acquiring possessions supersedes the importance of having them. ...a deputy in the old west gets more than he bargains for from his promotion. ...the boardroom of Evil, Inc., where even the most feared archvillain dreads to enter. ...a wealthy industrialist gets one chance to reach Nirvana. This collection features thirteen stories submitted to The Illuminata, Tyrannosaurus Press' online magazine, and represents some of speculative fiction's most creative undiscovered talents. The tales within transport readers across time, to distant worlds, and into the realm of the fantastic. From aliens to angels, from horrific to humorous, Beacons of Tomorrow has something for every fan of speculative fiction.
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Featuring thirteen stories originally submitted to Tyrannosaurus Press’ The Illuminati, Beacons of Tomorrow is an interesting attempt at collecting together original short fiction from writers who ... Read full review
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