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Summary

The creator of The Krakenstein Chronicles follows up his first two SF/fantasy/horror/comedy short story collections, A Year in the Borderlands and Playing with Reality, with a third heaping helping of generally freakish tales from the other side of existence. Wild narratives of mystery, horror, awe - and even some laughs - are assembled here together for the first time. From the rampaging, reactor-devouring machine in "The Find" to body-dissolving nanobots in "Vapor"...from a futuristic form of entertainment that strands you in a lifeless sea of sand in "Escape World" to the voice of experience explaining why it's not smart to try to track down Bigfoot all by yourself...from a shapeless and unnaturally cold Antarctic menace the size of a lake to the first murder in outer space...Lost Radio brings you the timelessly eerie and thrilling stories of things that very well could be - whether you want them to exist or not.

©2020 Kevin Candela (P)2021 Kevin Candela

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  • norman
  • 16-04-21

Clever and quirky

Lost Radio is a collection of mainly unusual stories, many quirky, all clever. Most are horror stories, some of the monster variety, some of the human variety. A few are sci-fi, including my favorite, Mars One.
Elon Musk should read that one! Most of the stories have more than a tinge of humor and many have a message. Overall, Lost Radio is an intriguing and entertaining collection.

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