Call of Judy

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The last woman on Earth finds herself in a race to answer the phone to finally hear another human voice. Something is making calls, and she needs to find out what. In a world where gravity doesn't work as expected and night is eternal, she finds just answering the phone to be a deadly challenge. More

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Words: 5,020
Language: English
ISBN: 9781466088573
About S. R. Mulrune

S. R. Mulrune lives in California and has been passionate about writing since a young age, though other interests include gardening, gourmet cooking, and gaming. A former newspaper editor and reporter, Mulrune has enjoyed the transition to creative fiction writing. Skylost, Mulrune’s current novel project, is part of a larger universe of novels, short stories, and flash fiction pieces.

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Review by: Jeffrey John Martin on Dec. 11, 2011 : (no rating)
I stopped after the first few hundred words.
I liked the image of being alone and being so desperate that you dive onto pavement and scrape your knee to answer a phone, but I had to put the image together after the fact like having someone explain the parts of the joke they left out.
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Review by: Jeffrey John Martin on Dec. 11, 2011 :
I stopped after the first few hundred words.
I liked the image of being alone and being so desperate that you dive onto pavement and scrape your knee to answer a phone, but I had to put the image together after the fact like having someone explain the parts of the joke they left out.
(review of free book)

Review by: Jeffrey John Martin on Dec. 11, 2011 :
I stopped after the first few hundred words.
I liked the image of being alone and being so desperate that you dive onto pavement and scrape your knee to answer a phone, but I had to put the image together after the fact like having someone explain the parts of the joke they left out.
(review of free book)

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