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Beyond: Time

Scott Overton

Publisher: No Walls Publishing

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Summary

Three thrilling tales that transcend time:



 
The Long Commute

 
Shon Howard and others like him go to work every day to reverse the
ravages of climate change, pollution, and other evils. His daughter’s life
depends on it. Because in Shon’s world, mistakes of past centuries can be
corrected by visiting key moments in time. As long as he doesn’t get caught.

 
A Taste Of Time

 
Gabby Dufour hates the blueberries that grow over the site of her home
town, destroyed in a fire decades ago. Then young berry-loving Amanda comes to
visit, with inexplicable knowledge about the town, and Gabby is forced to
wonder if there’s more to blueberries than meets the tongue. (First published
in On Spec #88 vol 24 no 1, August 2014.)

 
Hurricane

 
The crew of a Hurricane Hunter aircraft is assigned to monitor an
experiment designed to collect the awesome energy of a powerful storm. When the
project succeeds too well, nowhere is beyond its destructive reach.



 
Praise
for Scott Overton:

 
“A storyteller of boundless skill…a writer
to watch.”

 
“A gifted wordsmith.”

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