Endless Miles

Rated 3.67/5 based on 3 reviews
"How can a guy have driven a hundred thousand miles by the time he turns twenty-one, and never leave the same town?"

T.J. Lawton keeps asking himself that question until one desert night when everything changes.
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About Christine Morgan

Christine Morgan divides her writing time among many genres, from horror to historical, from superheroes to smut, anything in between and combinations thereof. She's a future crazy-cat-lady and a longtime gamer, who enjoys British television, cheesy action/disaster movies, cooking and crafts.

Her short stories have appeared in dozens of anthologies. Her most recent books include The Raven's Table (a collection of bloodthirsty Viking tales), White Death (historical horror set in pioneer times), and Spermjackers from Hell (extreme horror/comedy).

Upcoming projects include: Lakehouse Infernal (a sequel, with permission, to Edward Lee's Lucifer's Lottery) and Dawn of the Living-Impaired and Other Messed-Up Zombie Stories (a collection).

She also edits the Fossil Lake anthologies, is a regular contributor to The Horror Fiction Review, and recently relocated to Portland where she's delighted to be involved with the horror and bizarro writer scene.

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Review by: David Blake on Oct. 6, 2012 :
Another superbly-written piece by Christine Morgan. After a slow start which establishes the main character of TJ very well, this story then develops into a highly intriguing situation which swept me through to the climax to see how everything would unfold. Certain aspects are (probably quite rightly) left ambiguous. I agree with one of the other reviews that there is scope for a sequel, probably because I was left wanting more.
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Review by: J.S. Clark on May 25, 2012 :
An interesting read and vivid. Joshua Flats seems like a town I might have driven through. If you ever felt trapped, in a rut, this is up your alley. The beginning lags a bit, but you're not on it too long before you run into some surprises and the pace picks up. I would like a sequel.
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Review by: Sue Erickson on May 14, 2012 :
Nice read on my break.
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