The Gray Zone (eBook)
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The Gray Zone (eBook)

  • Author: John R. Little
  • Page Count: 96
  • Pub. Date: August 1, 2011
  • Status: E-Book
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The Grey Zone
by John R. Little

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In 1984, Henry Davidson took the holiday of a lifetime, spending his summer in Aswan, Egypt.

The trip changed his life in many ways, but when he swallowed a secret powder handed down from generation to generation, the biggest change was yet to come.

Now Henry could remember his future as well as his past. And he could live his life out of sequence, choosing the age he wanted to live, from when he was a small child to when he turned 52. Beyond that is a hazy Gray Zone where he has no memories.

What happens when Henry is finally able to break through and live in the Gray Zone is horrifying and deadly, and Henry has to face the consequences of the decisions he has made through his life.

From the Bram Stoker award winning author of Miranda comes this new novella of love and terror and the mysteries of time.

John R. Little was born in London, Canada, and started writing short stories at the age of twelve. The stories he wrote at the time are not memorable.

After graduating university with a major in Computer Science and a minor in Math, he moved to Vancouver, one of the most beautiful cities in North America. His first publications trickled in. At the same time, the business world called and kept John busy working on designing large-scale computer applications.

John has two wonderful grown children, Peri and Christian, and two grand-children. Christian's daughter is Mariechen, and Peri's daughter is Cavell.

Recently, John has started writing again with a passion, and has had a number of publications, with others planned for the coming year.

His first novel, The Memory Tree, was published by Nocturne Press in 2007. It was nominated for the Bram Stoker award for best first novel. A novella, Placeholders, was then published by Necessary Evil Press. This book was nominated for the Black Quill award.

Reviews coming soon!