Do Anything – A Mysterious Science Fiction Tale (Tales of the Unusual) by
In DO ANYTHING, Luke Smitherd brings you two more Tales Of The Unusual:
CLOSURE: A winter walk in the woods seemed like a great idea to Gary and his wife, Carla. But when another version of himself appears and kidnaps Gary’s wife before his very eyes, Gary must decide whether or not to use the strange mechanical devices his duplicate has left him … and then live with the choice.
YOUR NAME IS IN THE BOOK: When John was eleven years old, he came home to find a book he’d never seen before lying on his bed. The cover had been torn off, and inside it were endless lists of names – some of which belonged to people he knew – with a single number behind each one. That was his first glimpse into a darker reality than he could have ever imagined, because even though couldn’t know it at the time, that mysterious book would go on to affect every facet of the rest of his life. And potentially, hold the key to his death.
PRAISE FOR LUKE SMITHERD’S WRITING:
“A novel that intrigues, enthralls, horrifies, thrills, and hits the reader with an emotional resonance as only the best stories can.” Ain’tItCoolNews.com
“Strong characterization, moral quandaries, mystery, and a whole lot of tense moments. Reading the final sentence was truly a bittersweet moment. ” SFsignal.com, Hugo award-winning website
Reviews for Do Anything – A Mysterious Science Fiction Tale (Tales of the Unusual)
Luke Smitherd again plumbs the depths of his unique imagination to give us two more stories that amaze! This is the freshest, most original writing I have had the pleasure of reading.BSM, Amazon Customer
So tense and totally enthralling. So much going on in this book- the experiences and back-stories, and timeline changes, and the changing views make for a very, very exciting read. This author really knows how to weave a tale using alternate universes to make the reader question everything around them, and every decision they make, right down to the minutia and routine.katrina, Amazon Customer