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"No One Makes It out Alive: an end of the world anthology" is in short a collection of writings about the end of the world. The genres and subject matter of these stories stretches from zombies to nuclear war and from comedy to erotica, with mostly everything else covered in-between.

This anthology was edited by writer, columnist, book reviewer, and magazine owner Hydra M.
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Paperback, first edition, 107 pages
Published February 1st 2012 by Hydra M. Star
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Elyse
May 16, 2012 Elyse rated it it was amazing
"No One Makes it Out Alive", an end of the world anthology, brings together a brilliantly imaginative group of authors, who skillfully cavort in the dystopian playgrounds of humanity's end-of the-world predictions. After reading, Ray Bradbury's "There Will Come Soft Rains" when I was young, I fell in love with the aspects of any writer's imagination that could visualize a dystopian and/or utopian future. Much like Ray Bradbury's work, this anthology not only draws out images of the negative ...more
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Jul 19, 2012 Draconis Blackthorne rated it it was amazing
A collection of thrilling fiction on the subject of the end of the world. In this Ragnarok Year, it seems most appropriate that this publication surfaces.

This book pokes fun at armageddon fears, ranging from the erotic to the comedic, all the while being quite dramatic. Catastrophe often creates vital focus on the necessity of survival for the living, modifying behavior and engendering evolution, while the unfit perish. So while the herd seek imaginary rewards with self-depriving mythological no
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Joseph DeRepentigny
Sep 08, 2012 Joseph DeRepentigny rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
Excellent read.
Rick Powell
Sep 15, 2014 Rick Powell rated it it was amazing
If you are looking for the kind of stories to make you all nice and fuzzy warm inside then this is not it......unless you get fuzzy warm from different ways that IT all ends. They say never judge a book by its cover but by just looking at this cover (by the very talented Dave Lipscomb) you know your in for a manic-depressive treat. The stories in this book run the gamut of delicious destruction that will either keep you up night and make you think for days. The last time I read an anthology like ...more
Evelyn Eve
Mar 18, 2016 Evelyn Eve rated it really liked it
I am really glad I got a copy of this one before it goes away someday.

I have always enjoyed a good story about the end of the world. Gives me hope for the future, you know? Perhaps that is why the only book I truly enjoy in Christian literature is Revelations.

The way I see it, we all have to die someday. Watching a meteor crash down on earth or having the angel of death make a clean sweep sure beats going out like a sap in a hospital bed. This book caters to that fantasy very well.
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Hydra M. Star was originally one half of a set of twin fetuses conceived during the holiday season of 1977, but decided for various personal reasons that she disliked both holidays and her twin. One she consumed, and the other she mostly ignores to this day. Upon her birth, Hydra’s mother immediately began the process of trying to indoctrinate Hydra into the brand of Evangelical Christianity to ...more
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