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Zone guide Yuri Bonyev escorts three scientists to an uncharted sector in the Zone chasing rumors of an old military bunker. Not everyone is who they appear to be, and Yuri learns perhaps some secrets are better left buried. 

A Prayer to Saint Strelok is a stalker-flavored, post-apocalyptic short story from the author of the Eshu International novels; The Clar1ty Wars series; The Barrow Lover; the Mil-S-F shorts "Sozo", "Hard Kill", and "The Stones Remember"; as well as the upcoming dark fantasy novel, Beneath the Broken Moon.

©2017 Patrick Todoroff (P)2018 Patrick Todoroff

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Say your prayers.

If you’re brave enough to join Yuri Bonyev in the Zone, you will not be disappointed. This fast paced story features vivid descriptions and gritty details on what it might be like to venture into an exclusionary zone years after disaster strikes. Buckle up and face the horrors that exist on the edges of your imagination when you think of abandoned industrial complexes.

I picked up the Kindle and Audible versions of this story and have to comment on how great the Audible version is. The reader captures the mood and feel of this tale perfectly.

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