When I started working on Ghost Kids nearly six years ago I often thought the concept was too bizarre to execute well. It showed a United States looking inward and backward, cloning it’s icons because the future was too stark and strange to face. This year we elected a culturally regressive reality TV star as president that promises to “make America great again”, and suddenly my science fiction twist on a need for national familiarity seems far less bizarre. This book is by no means a finished product, but I'd love to hear what you think of it.
Humanity glimmers as the sun sets over a battlefield, and two soldiers bond as one sinks into the dark along with the day.