Book: The Stolen - Two Short Stories (The Meaning Wars) by Michelle Brownecategories: Book, Dystopia, 1984, Romance, Apocolypse, Space Stories, Adventure, Short Fiction, Novella, 1.99, Science Fiction
Michelle Browneabout this book: "Toby's hands, tightly clenched around the coffee cup, and his hunched posture, though: those were harder to argue with. What could possibly have scared him so much that he'd react like this? He'd never been a brave guy, sure, not as brave as her, but sphincter-tightening terror was a different level. If it had been funny a few minutes ago, his fear seemed far more serious now. Sarah had always been good at The SpiEyes and EarSpyders had always made her wonder about the quiet of the planet, the tranquility of the city.
And then, too, not everyone you conquer in a revolution adjusts to peace and quiet very well."--The Stolen: Two Short Stories.
War is a thing of the past. Striving to keep their citizens well-behaved and docile, and avoid the fractious measure of the past, the leaders of the two worlds in these stories impose unusual restrictions on their citizens. However, peace has a surprisingly high price tag. How high? Clarice and Sarah are about to find out.
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