Dan Devine is the speculative fiction author of the Cull Chronicles and other stories. A graduate of Cornell University, he holds degrees in Chemistry and History and he generally makes his living trying to pretend he knows something about science.
When Nikal saves a small, starving girl he finds outside after curfew, he inadvertently dooms his own brother who is blamed for his actions.
Racked with guilt, he knows that he must make amends, but no one in his family agrees. Only Mirka, the child he saved.
How can two children hope to stop their oppressors?
Perhaps the two children are not as alone as they think.
Things haven't gone well for Chris lately. His girlfriend dumped him. He's been fighting with his friends.
Is it time for a change? Or is it just time to focus on what he does best--being a super villain?
Leave it to the conventional forces to always screw things up.
The locals tell them about the village shaman, and they just laugh and charge in firing; don't call us until half of their squad's been torn apart by zombies and skeletons.
Lieutenant Finnegan is missing. His men tell me they last saw him heading into that desecrated church. The one that just reeks of dark arts.