Pixel People

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Pixel People is a story of the last days of a war that has gone on so long that it has become ritual. Through the eyes of the dehumanized, we see what has become of the humanity of the participants---and what indestructible hope is still left to the members of a weary people.

Pixel People is a short story of about 2,500 words.

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Words: 2,580
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301269396
About S. A. Barton

S.A. Barton lives in coastal Virginia with his wife, teen stepson, two under-5s, and demanding cat (as they all are). His path to the present was a strange, sometimes harrowing, and winding one; you may find this reflected in his writing.

He has appeared in the pages of Penumbra magazine, in Daily Science Fiction, and in OMNI Reboot. He is also proud to be a self-published indie author with dozens of short ebooks and collections to his credit, which may be found through sabarton.com, and tweets far too much as @Tao23.

While most of S.A. Barton's work is in science fiction, some of it strays into other genres such as fantasy, mainstream, alternate history and others -- like the cat, it wanders some.

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Review by: Chris The Story Reading Ape on July 07, 2013 :
This tale introduces you to a world where people no longer look at things with their eyes - they interpret computer generated pixel patterns. Humanity, however, continues to pursue the age old quest of trying to annihilate each other.
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