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millions of people is gone, thanks to the quarantine measures put in place by
the Criterion, an alien species who appeared just in time to save the human
race. In exchange for complying with their tough control measures, the
Criterion promised us the technology for interstellar travel. We’ve done all
they’ve asked, yet we’re still on Earth with no way of getting into deep space.
The Criterion are lying to us. What they don’t know is that we’re lying to
nothing will prepare her for the role she’ll take on when a strange woman who
shouldn’t be alive turns up in the city, threatening to expose the lies that
have kept peace on Earth for 200 years.
night, its beauty undeniable. Millions of lights in every imaginable color
blinked like neon lovers communicating in code. At least until midnight. After
midnight, the power conserves came into effect, and buildings disappeared from
the skyline as holo-advertisements and electricity mains shut down. Complete
darkness lasted no more than the blink of a neon light; like children afraid of
the dark, buildings flickered into life as insomniacs reclaimed the night.
on the balcony of the eighty-fourth floor, gazing out to the other buildings,
wondering what kept her fellow insomniacs awake. She would swap her troubles
for theirs any day.
popped into view. Reflexively, Kethryn took a step back. The Divinity was gold
and elliptical with sensor arrays that resembled incandescent roots reaching
for the ground. One of a hundred border patrols ships, one for each Earth
state, this alien hawk followed a pre-plotted course around the ten cities of
State Seven. A citizen could tell time by the patrols. Each noon and midnight
the Divinity floated over City Prime. Each night when it hovered by, Kethryn
sensed the co-operatives inside – humans who worked security detail for the
Criterions – watching her watching them.
bottle of wine on the table and the movement activated the Visual Imaging
Device – VID – pulling her attention to the invitation projected onto the
screen. It showed an invitation for the presidential inauguration in two weeks,
one she couldn’t avoid since this was her inauguration. Spending twenty-four
years trying to dodge the inevitable made the challenge seem useless.
Kethryn thought. It wasn’t worth her happiness.
is writes speculative fictions, which encompasses science fiction, light
horror, supernatural fiction, and fantasy. When she’s not writing, she can be
found wandering in her yard waging war on weeds, watching back-to-back episodes
on Netflix, playing her piano or guitar, curled up on the couch reading a book,
or walking the dog.
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