G J Lee writes 'genre' fiction in the broadest sense, dealing with the fantastic, the futuristic and the supernatural. However, the author is also interested in the complex human condition when characters are faced with problems outside their 'normal' experiences. The author has had several poems and short stories published over the years and completed his first novel for kids - 'Jay, Lizzie and the Tale of the Stairs' - in 2010. The author is now half-way through his second novel, the post-apocalyptic quest 'Down by the Riverbank.' Other work-in-progress are short stories, a third novel 'The Unremarkable' and 'The Bionic Diaries,' a satirical look at the 1990's taken from the author's numerous diaries written whilst a drummer in an Indie rock band during the 'Blair decade.' G J Lee is on the lookout for the right publisher.
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Published: October 23, 2012.
Fiction » Fantasy » Paranormal
Jim's father is dead. He had found him slumped in front of a computer he could barely use. Now, Jim returns to look at his father's final e-mail to War Memories Magazine. What Jim finds there is a unique insight into Joe's past and, as he reads further, he realises his father's correspondence with a 'Mr O'Donahue' is not what it seemed.
Three crew members of the Mars satellite station Fort Ibex are told to evacuate what they have come to call home. But the crew of Fort Ibex are bound together by more than just duty. As war engulfs planet Earth passions run high, secrets are revealed,and all is not as it should be.
Mr Thomsen moves to a new house to start a new life and is made welcome by friendly neighbour Albert Beck. As their relationship grows they sit and talk and smoke cigarettes together. Little does Mr Thomsen know that his friend has a sinister past and one that will make him question his own history, the nature of evil and what it is to be human.
Life is tough for Jay Webber. His friends are distant and his Mum is ill in hospital.To make matters worse Jay believes there is something under his bed. Ultimately, Jay's 'special powers' will lead him to a different era, an era scarred by six years of war. And there is one last battle left to fight. A battle preventing an evil thought buried in the rubble of 1945 breaking into the 21st Century.