Tunnel Vision

You deserve a laugh or two and this is the book that will give them to you. It contains twenty, count ’em, twenty stories told with humor or satire. You’ll find both fantasy and science fiction inside. Inside you’ll find a plethora of strange characters including a warrior-cook, Pope Alex VI and his daughter Lucretia Borgia, a knight-accountant, a bumbling wizard, bird-like aliens, undead softball players, a vicious alien impresario, despicable politicians, Loki, Shakespeare’s Wryd Sisters, King Arthur and Merlin a few despicable politicians.

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  1. Comic relief–inspired zaniness …In a not-so-distant version of our own future, the United States military operates on funding from advertising sponsors, and subsidies from the entertainment industry. This has some predictable, or maybe not-so-predictable, results when one beleaguered officer shows a little initiative. 

  2. Comic relief–inspired zaniness …In a not-so-distant version of our own future, the United States military operates on funding from advertising sponsors, and subsidies from the entertainment industry. This has some predictable, or maybe not-so-predictable, results when one beleaguered officer shows a little initiative. 

  3. Highly recommended Thinking of a little summertime reading, or perhaps you just want an escape during the rush hour commute while trapped on the train – this collection of Hank Quense’s stories are for you. The tales read easily and will make you laugh out loud at times. 

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