Shadows of Tomorrow: 2 Post-Apocalyptic Short Stories

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Shadows of Tomorrow features two thrilling, post-apocalyptic short stories, Only One Mask and The Price of Art.

Only One Mask:
Nob only trusts two things: his knife and his breathing mask–the latter because he has to.

The Price of Art:
Jordyn prefers art to friends. Art never tried to kill her. More
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About Ryan Lanz

Ryan Lanz was born and raised on the island of Oahu in Hawaii until he was a teenager and then lived in California for a time. He enjoyed a brief experience with film before becoming involved in the performing arts, touring with a music performance group as a vocalist to a dozen countries on three continents over the length of five years.

His first published work was Unknown Sender, and he looks forward to many more in a variety of genres.

He also enjoys blogging about the culture of writing and brings on guest authors to share their writing tips. For more information, go to or @theryanlanz on Twitter.

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Reviews of Shadows of Tomorrow: 2 Post-Apocalyptic Short Stories by Ryan Lanz

Catherine Mesick reviewed on June 26, 2018

In Shadows of Tomorrow: 2 Post-Apocalyptic Short Stories by Ryan Lanz, the world has become a dangerous place. People in the poisonous, lawless North fight for survival, and in the South, where humanity still clings to some semblance of civilization, people struggle to defend what they have left. In this bleak landscape, we are introduced to Nob and Jordyn, two very different people in very different circumstances, who nonetheless find themselves tested in a similar way—both of them must decide if what they had loved and believed in in the past is worth holding onto. In this collection, Lanz has given us two well-written tales with intriguing plots and compelling, well-drawn characters. The stories are tense and full of suspense, and life in this future is dangerous and violent. I found myself wanting to know more about these characters and their personal pasts and also wanting to know more about how the world got into this state. I highly recommend these stories to fans of dystopian fiction, and even though there are no zombies, I believe fans of The Walking Dead would find a lot to like here also. I look forward to seeing more from Ryan Lanz!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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