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Ellen Campbell



Average rating: 4.04 · 1,741 ratings · 271 reviews · 30 distinct worksSimilar authors
The A.I. Chronicles

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The Z Chronicles

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The Dragon Chronicles

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Backblast Area Clear

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Horizons Beyond

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Shorty and the Brits: A Mec...

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Automatic: Anthology of Robots

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55 Years of Nursing Includi...

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Victims of Gallipoli

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“Magic is nothing next to the laws of physics in the hands of gravity.”
Ellen Campbell, The A.I. Chronicles

“And so we invent our monsters – fictions about zombies and the undead, eaters of flesh and soul – in part so we can close the book at night on them, stifle a nervous laugh, and reassure ourselves they are not real. We face our fears by imagining those we can defeat, because in real life we cannot close the book. We cannot defeat all the monsters.”
Ellen Campbell, The Z Chronicles

“Six Days by Theresa Kay     THERE ISN’T MUCH LEFT OF ME. I’m not talking about my body, the outer shell that sloughs off a little more each day, but my actual self. My mind. What makes me…well, me. There isn’t much of that left. Little by little I’m fading away and soon there will be nothing left to propel my rotting corpse but blind instinct and hunger. They call it the Zombie virus.”
Ellen Campbell, The Z Chronicles



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