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Whatever Happened to Thomas J. Reynolds?

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THIS IS A SHORT STORY of approximately 5,800 words. This story references characters, locations and organizations from the novel The Dying of the Light: End, also by Jason Kristopher. When you're done, don't miss the 5,000-word excerpt from the full novel!

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In the final days of the zombie apocalypse, Tom Reynolds led a group of AEGIS soldiers - 8th team - on
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Kindle Edition, 38 pages
Published (first published September 1st 2011)
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Ben Erickson
Feb 01, 2012 rated it it was amazing
SPOILERS AHEAD

Tom Reynolds was easily one of my favorite characters in The Dying of the Light: End, and I was quite distressed when he was "killed" off screen, unlike some of the other characters. So, I was ecstatic to find out that not only was he not killed, but we'll be seeing more of him in later books. This is a quick read that takes some of the characters from a point in the overall narrative to the conclusion of the first book, while at the same time, adding a new layer of mystery to the
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This short story really got me excited and did what all short fiction should do in leaving me wanting more. Much more! In the meantime, all I can do is wait in anticipation for the next full volume of The dying of the light and I for one cannot wait to see what is going to happen next....
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Brandon Heyer
Jan 16, 2012 rated it really liked it
This short story is some great insight to the now post-apocalyptic world that exists after the end of TDotLE. It is a good read all around, filling in some gaps, and opening up some new plots for the future novels. It is a quick read that is worth it, especially if you loved TDotLE like I did!
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Jason Kristopher was born in Texas and grew up in northern Colorado, enjoying the beautiful weather. Sometime later, he lost his mind - or found himself again, depending on who you talk to and where they're from - and moved back to the Lone Star State.

Jason currently lives in the Houston area and enjoys reading, writing, movies, music (live and not), the Houston Astros (winning and not), singing k
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The Dying of the Light (4 books)
  • The Dying of the Light: End (The Dying of the Light, #1)
  • The Dying of the Light: Interval
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