Visions

      Marvlous Harrison
Visions

Visions is a short story based on a set of young twins with remarkable abilities. One can see the future and the other can read other people's thoughts with just a simple touch. The only problem is only one want the gift.Book 2: Disarming is now available!"Never tease anything that wants to eat you. My name is April Tate and my blood is the new gold. Vampires and hybrids have overrun my world, once vibrant with life, but now a graveyard of death shrouded in shadows. I fight to survive; I fight for my mother and brother. The journey is full of turns that I am quite unprepared for. And I'm just hoping to make it to the next Vegas sunrise..."In a post-apocalyptic world, a viral epidemic has wiped out most of the earth’s population, leaving behind few humans but untold numbers of mutated vampires. April is a seventeen-year-old girl who lives in the remains of Las Vegas one year after the outbreak. She has become a ferocious vampire killer and after her family is abducted, she goes searching for them. What she finds is a new breed of vampire, unlike any she has seen before. Unsure of whom she can trust, she discovers that her view of the world is not as black and white as she once thought, and she's willing to bend the rules to rescue her family. But in trying to save them, she may only succeed in bringing her fragile world crashing down around her.Books available in this series: Resonant Reign of Blood Disarming Amplified Elijah: The Miel Chronicles Fluxion - Coming soon!
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    Last Stop

      Marvlous Harrison
Last Stop

Last Stop is a tale about a young man who boards a New York City subway and is shot death. What happens up to the time of the shooting is the mystery. As police try to unravle a case that seems open and shut they find out...Michael Tomatoes, artist, sculptor and manic-depressive, is a man at pains to discover the nature of self, even if that means being someone else. A tool of fate, he sticks his fingers in the electric socket of life and wonders about suffering and loss. Is his obsession with numbers the result of a robotic condition, metal under the skin, or a paranoic attempt to decipher the intricacies of a more mundane and human predicament? That is: breathing, sucking in and blowing out all those other selves that compose a reality at once familiar and strange.
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