Inhuman Freedom

Rated 4.40/5 based on 5 reviews
Inhuman entities also care about freedom, but in radically different ways in these two opposite day-and-night flash fiction stories. More
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About Mike White

I'm going to try to throw as much wacky science fiction/fantasy, and non-fiction comedy at you as you can handle. I'll have more books coming really soon in the Blood Calls You Back Series and the world of Reality Zero.

After a long delay to get my ducks in a row, they are finally coming now. Especially books from my world "Newcomer."

I love helping out other writers who have their own great stories to share, and I'm a prolific reader and reviewer.

About the Series: World Shards
Flash fiction with each story being a little shard of a different world. Mostly science fiction with some fantasy. Usually, just a few pages long, though there could be some exceptions with some pieces being longer or having multiple stories per piece.

Also in Series: World Shards

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Review by: Conrad Abong Franco, Jr on May 31, 2018 :
Inhuman Freedom by Mike White

Intelligently written. Thumbs up for this brilliant work of fiction.

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Review by: Margo H on July 28, 2017 :
Inhuman Freedom… two very nice short stories centering on the need and capacity for freedom.
Count: read once, read twice – got it! Nice little story; a bit of humor, no predictability.
A Blue Brewing: A story I could empathize with. It’s a good short piece about bullying and it also has a moral. Look for it!
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Review by: James Jenkins on Nov. 11, 2016 :
The story and ending are 4 stars, but when you put it all together, there are plausibility issues (> down grade to 3 stars). Knowing what we know at the end, how/why did the hooded character choose the school room as a location.

I am going to read the second book in the "Series"
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Review by: James Hold on July 25, 2016 :
I'm not sure I totally grasp what's going on here but it's interesting nonetheless.
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Review by: David Jensen on March 30, 2016 :
This short story makes one stop and think. Fantasy and non-fiction wrapped up all in one story.
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