With and Without Class

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Short stories blending science fiction, fantasy and satire. Fourteen stories that refuse to be pigeon-holed. From the edges of the known universe, to the microscopic limits of a petri dish, to a yuppie's post-apocalyptic bachelor pad, be prepared to imagine new worlds and new ideas.

Perfect for the zombie-clown-loving, giant albino spider and deranged-junkie enthusiast! More
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About David Wallace Fleming

David has worked in aerospace research and development in Indiana and Virginia. He enjoys running, karaoke and sand volleyball. His short stories have appeared in Out of the Gutter's Hard Times Issue and Escape Velocity's anthology. He posts short, satirical stories at davidwallacefleming.com

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Review by: Charles Kravetz on July 14, 2013 :

This review is for the Kindle edition ebook.



An eclectic mix of short stories, some are great, some are not, well worth reading.



This is a book of stories. The only common theme is horror. Some of the stories are very good. I did not enjoy every story, but I was happy to have a mix to read. It is very nice to have something different once in a while. The fact that this is a mix means most of us will find a few stories we really like, even though there will be a few we do not like mixed in.



I really like the mix the author selected. Many of these stories are short enough to read in an hour or two. They appear just right for that bus or train ride to work. Some will leave you wondering why it ended, while others will make you think about them.



These stories are great entertainment for the reader. They will fill in short blocks of time, without getting you so involved you forget where you are.



I can easily recommend these stories to horror readers, as well as anyone looking for short stories to read while traveling to and from work, taking a break, or just wanting to fill a few minutes.

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Review by: Mason4719 on April 09, 2012 : (no rating)
Engrossingly quick paced short stories.
Desciptive and innovative story lines.
Original pieces. Undeniably satisfying read.
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