Singularities by Edward May

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"Before she's murdered a young woman swallows her bracelet, knowing it will provide a clue to the identity of her killer.

A military outpost on an alien world becomes enmeshed in a bizarre and terrifying ecosystem.

Two pioneer families escape from a Sioux war party, only to find the horrors have just begun.

When a boy's sense of smell is enhanced subsequent to a head injury, he finds the experience to be both a blessing and a curse.

A young man with a phobia of underpasses finds the cure for his fear is ultimately worse than the disease.

Enter the world of Singularities. A world where conventional wisdom is rendered meaningless, where explanations can only be conjured from a fevered mind full of disturbing images. A world where 'normal' hasn't yet been invented or it's long since extinct. A world where sanity peels away like sunburned skin."

About Edward May

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May is a graduate of the University of Colorado with a B.S. in Aerospace Engineering. After 10 years in the engineering profession, he now enjoys a combination of substitute teaching and writing.
Published August 2, 2005 by iUniverse. 180 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Horror. Fiction

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