Love This Theory When She Finds You
A freak-show bunch of zesty stories like a full house family get-together with relatives you never knew you had, designed to take you back to the times when humanity was yet to invent itself, and off to a future when everybody wished it hadn't, with a few uncanny pit stops on the far side of the present.
Warning! Contains scenes of destruction, blood, snails and milkmen. More
The stories in this anthology have taken unheard of liberties with genre studies and the science of happy endings.
Before you they stand together, gathered from worlds unseen and seen through otherworldly lenses, united by one thing only: the commitment to make your dives into the uncharted worthwhile.
Here’s a taste of what to expect:
THE LESS FAMOUS CASE OF CREATOR RUFUS – Humanity has come to rest in perfect balance between entertainment and omniscience. But what do you do when you can accurately quantify your own life’s worth and the numbers don’t add up?
SHIFT – Two creatures fight over something new and intangible.
THE HISTORICAL OUTSTANDING DÉBUT OF THE APII – The long due ultimate tool for categorical life improvement takes to the streets.
LOVE THIS THEORY WHEN SHE FINDS YOU – A new theory in the apartment is a great responsibility, something a self-taught scientist and his daughter are about to find out at their own expense. Includes footnotes and wandering real estate.
A LINGUIST’S DREAM – Many have roughed out patterns looking for a universal language. Some have actually found it.
A DREAM OF SMALL – Klaus has a hobby. And the hobby has Klaus. A story for all ages.
FOSTERERS – You know you’ve made the right discovery when the discovery wants you near it.
DAIRY QUEST – The unveiled secrets of the universe can only be witnessed from a milk float.
TETRAPHOBIA - “You know what it’s like, Truls” his father chuckled, “occasionally simple things in life, say numbers, just go berserk.”
BRIEFING – Wouldn’t it be so much easier for everybody if we were simply fewer?
NORMALITY. VIEWS AND PERCEPTIONS – When life seems either too much or too little. Contains snail scenes.
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