Ambitious in scope, it vividly moves through slices of time—from ages past, the present, and into the unknowable future. The stories question our deepest subconscious passions and asks—how much control do we really have? Can good people be conditioned to commit atrocities? Is it possible for kindness and cruelty to exist within the same person? Can our species ever extricate itself from our worst tendencies? In the most interconnected age in human history—why are some of us so alone?
A Canadian Werewolf in New York
Michael Andrews seems to have it all. He’s a successful author and a minor celebrity living in Manhattan. It’s a pretty big step up from his humble Canadian upbringing. Of course, his lycanthropy poses a bit of a challenge. After waking up from his latest night of howling at the moon, he’s naked, he’s got a bullet hole in his leg, and he has a sneaking suspicion he ran into another wolf last night. A wolf that was stomping all over his home turf.
A Monster Escapes
When a dark force strikes the small town of Brettville, there is only one woman to call. Jane Elring knows what monsters look like. She stares them down on the regular, working as a paranormal investigator for the government. Her dark eyes find the deepest secrets; her unique mind comes up with plans others would never dare follow through. When you’re faced with an ancient evil that only wants to consume, there is no room for debate. Sometimes it takes a monster to beat one, and Jane Elring has been called much worse.