fault & fracture
THE SECOND EPISODE OF THE NEW MONTHLY SCI-FI HORROR SERIAL BY THE AUTHOR OF BLOOD ON THE MOTORWAY
SEASON ONE OF THE SUNSET CHRONICLES WAS PREVIOUSLY PUBLISHED UNDER THE TITLE SUNRISE
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About The Book
The year is 2107. Earth is dying.
For Wyn, Lois, and Judd, that’s the least of their problems.
If Lois thought getting out of Tijuana was hard, her next mission sees her investigating the most powerful corporation on Earth over the death of her fellow Interpol officer. But the investigation has her looking a little too close to home for her liking.
Wyn and the crew of the Minos are making their final approach to the ice moon of Europa, and the cure for the plague that’s decimated humanity’s food supplies. But tempers are flaying the closer they come to their destination.
Judd’s secret is out in the open, and the old man Walker has convinced him to come back to Earth, where he can be amongst others like him. But he soon finds out that not all is what it seems amongst his fellow telepaths, and that his search to belong may not yet be over.
If you like pulse-quickening action, blood-soaked science fiction, revelations, and revolutions, you’ll love this second episode in Paul Stephenson’s Sunset Chronicles, the new monthly sci-fi horror serial from the author of the bestselling Blood on the Motorway saga.
Pre-order the second book in the epic saga of plague, conspiracy, murder, and monsters today.
About the author.
Paul Stephenson writes horror stories, science fiction, and tries to be funny about music on the internet. He grew a beard long before hipsters made it popular, but only because he wanted to hide his chin. He lives in England with his wife and two children and has an unhealthy relationship with his Spotify account.
Paul’s first series is the Blood on the Motorway saga, a post-apocalyptic horror trilogy set in the north of England. The first book in the trilogy has been awarded the much-coveted orange ticks for being a bestseller in British Horror and Comedy Horror, even though it’s not really a comedy.
His short story, The Wolf is Loose, has been featured on million-downloaded podcast The Other Stories, and in an anthology of their works.