The Farm

Rated 4.50/5 based on 4 reviews
After a war that nearly wipes everyone out, famine becomes the biggest problem as the toxic aftermath won't allow any growth. All of the plants and animals are nearly gone and people are dwindling. Then scientist come through by setting up farms in the vacant skyscrapers, using artificial sunlight and a sophisticated watering system. This story focuses on the regular schlubs that guard the farm. More
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Words: 4,550
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301798759
About JT Pearson

About the author
JT Pearson studied writing at The University of Minnesota. He now lives in Wisconsin near his parents, most of his fifteen siblings, and their children. When he’s not writing he spends the majority of his time with an army of extremely small, dirty-faced beggars who are often missing at least one shoe, talk funny, are short a few teeth, and regularly pick his pockets for gum and small change whenever he’s distracted.
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Reviews

Review by: James Jenkins on July 19, 2013 :
At first I thought this was a good, but not exceptional work, a little below what I have come to expect from the author.

But the next day I found I was still reviewing the story in my mind, and considering the message and the plot. (skip witty word play relating to the plot). When a short story is still making you think about it the next day, it is a 5 star story.
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Review by: Geneva Boettcher on June 02, 2013 :
If you love apocalyptic sci fi, you will love this. I did.
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Review by: glenn robinson on March 19, 2013 :
Modest, enjoyable, unexceptional.
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Review by: vaughn richards on March 15, 2013 :
There's a guy that actually has designed these farms inside big buildings so that was cool that the story was about that concept. I like this story alot because I like sci fi even though there was humor in it. That was alright. The dialogue between Ryder and Jackman reminded me of older novels - like Stephen King dialogue - the way he does his charactors. It was enjoyable.
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