North Pole

Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
The Macready Air Force Base base in Greenland is hunkering down for one of the worst snow storms in recorded history. But when the base receives a mysterious SOS, Dr. Martin Jules and Sgt. Bill Arthur must brave the arctic winds, and come to face-to-face with horrors of this frozen wasteland.

Word Count: 10,000

This story can also be found in the short fiction collection, Worlds on Fire.

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About Edward Punales

Edward Punales is a writer and student.

He is a life-long fan of fantasy and science fiction, and has written several stories and books under the pen name, Edward Lange. Starting in early 2015, he abandoned that pen name, and began writing and publishing under his real name.

He lives with his family in South Florida.

Email: edwardpunalesauthor@gmail.com

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Reviews

Review by: JQDahiya on Feb. 17, 2018 :
This is the kind of story that makes you regret having liberally given 5 stars to other stories, and wish for the ability to give 6 stars.

An exceptional treatment solidly in the middle of the horror genre and What A Concept. Full marks for concept, language, editing, pace, build up, climax and post-climax, and ending. A classic piece of horror fiction.

A military doctor, recently bereaved and feeling a numbed apathy to life, agrees dutifully and promptly to a trip in advance of a snowstorm in Greenland, to respond to an SOS from a location where no research group, military base or civilian settlement has been known. All that is known to be around there are tales of UFOs spotted but not quite. The soldier and the doctor set off in their sturdy truck and reach a strange mansion, decayed and foreboding, where no mansion should be. Anything that I write further to this will be a spoiler, so all I will say is that the SOS-sender is also bereaved, but in a more sinister way. After disarming you charmingly, the story whips you back to horror, which grows slowly and relentlessly and does not spare you.

Awesome, Edward Punales, awesome! Worth every one of the 5 stars.
(reviewed 2 years after purchase)
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