"Chorus" is the first chapter of Eric Robert Nolan's debut novel "The Dogs Don't Bark In Brooklyn Any More" and a stand-alone short story in it's own right. This short story and sample is intended as a gateway into the universe Eric has created. If you like this, for the full story please go to our website. More
“There was a time, Rebecca’s father had told her, when wolves could not speak. She wished for that time.”
A military unit on the front-lines facing against a deadly, terrifying enemy - super-intelligent Wolves. Wolves that have evolved, are hungry for the extinction of Man, and will stop at nothing to ensure that we are gone from this world forever.
Taken from the long-form novel "The Dogs Don't Bark In Brooklyn Any More", Chorus provides a snapshot of a possible future for mankind.
Synopsis of "The Dogs Don't Bark In Brooklyn Any More" -
Rebecca O’Conner is the daughter of a hero, a veteran soldier of The Wolf War. Now, she herself is a Captain in the Special Animal Warfare Service (SAWS), fighting against the super intelligent wolves that have taken over the West Coast of the United States, as her father did.
The Dogs Don’t Bark In Brooklyn Anymore spans two periods of Rebecca’s life; the tumultuous Brooklyn childhood that shapes her future, preparing her for the soldier she must become, and her struggle to keep herself and her squad alive as she prepares to meet her destiny. Her empirical mind rebels against the chaotic dreams that haunt her, suggesting a greater path than she can yet comprehend as she seeks to find an end to the war.
The enemy is smart, strong and fearless; the odds are stacked against the human race. Is there hope for us in the war with the wolves? Will humanity prevail and reclaim its place as the dominant species on Earth? Or will the great demonic hound that stalks Rebecca in her sleep close its jaws over the world and drive us to extinction?