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The Voice

2.56 of 5 stars 2.56  ·  rating details  ·  16 ratings  ·  4 reviews
SPECIAL EDITION: Includes two bonus short stories
A man finds himself floating offshore looking back at a destroyed city. He has no memory of what happened, what his name is, who he is. The few survivors he meets also share the same memory loss. Confused, they travel the one undamaged road towards the truth, guided only by The Voice.

"A fascinating read - William L.K's writ
Kindle Edition, 61 pages
Published 2008 by Amazon Digital Services
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"The Voice" sets the scene in the prologue with, as the description says, a man floating offshore with his mind a blank. The main portion of the book takes us back three days to the events leading up to the prologue and continues with what happens afterward. As we see events through the eyes of the narrator, what happens and what it means are gradually revealed to both him and us. The story is fast moving, yet satisfying in that it keeps you in suspense and guessing, trying to unravel what has h ...more
I loved the suspenseful way this story was written. It's a very interesting concept where we are given very few clues as to what is really going on until the very end. William has a very unique voice himself, I love his writing style.

The two bonus stories Shotgun is psychotic and Stromboli High is a very twisted story about getting high, eating Stromboli and more psychosis. The things going on in William L. K.s head are frightening.

The editing and formatting were spotless as far as I could tell.
I didn't realize it was a short story. Or that it had 'Bonus Material' with it. I finished the story and read right through the bonus material - thinking it was part of the original and was VERY confused!
Jim Williams
Aug 16, 2012 Jim Williams marked it as to-read

To me this story was such a cliche of how the human race came to be on planet earth.

Come on now, did he really have to name the character "Adam"?
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William L.K. lives in the suburbs of New York with his wife and two children. He began writing creatively as a teenager and has written and produced several successful plays and musicals in the NY area. William earned his B.A. and M.S. from Dowling College. He is currently a professional musician on the weekends and a science fiction/fantasy author during the week.

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