The Adventures of the Damned Human Race
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The Adventures of the Damned Human Race is a short story collection containing eighteen stories written over the course of seven years. Some of the places you'll see and people you'll meet along the path:
In "Low, Low Prices" you'll experience how the familiar can become horrifying, when a seemingly normal trip to a big-box retailer gives Jake a terrible glimpse behind the curtain of everyday life.
"Foreclosed" shows the consequences of outspending one's budget, and how even the richest and most powerful men in the world aren't safe when the repo man comes calling.
"Tarinasha" tells the tale of Kirosho Yaro, the most powerful warrior monk of the Lina, whose skills in combat eclipse even the legends spoken of him in low whispers.
The collection concludes with "I-82," a story of Washington's most isolated man driving across the state's little-known desert highways, where he slowly finds solace in forgiving himself for the sin of apathy.
The Adventures of the Damned Human Race: Eighteen stories for the price of one cup of coffee, brought straight to you from the author himself, with no middlemen. The way it should be.