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Publisher's Summary

Into the Wastes collects 10 short stories from the post-apocalyptic badlands. Stories include: "Soulless in His Sight", "You Kill Me", "Survival of the Fittest", "For a Handful of Crowns", "Drawn from a World of Hurt", "Breath of Life", "Sins of the Father", "Like Clockwork", "When Tomorrow Comes", and "Idan's World".

©2017 Milo James Fowler (P)2019 Milo James Fowler

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Interesting

these were definitely interesting short stories. I could relate only to a few. I personally, felt the reader was reading a little too fast. And there was no real differentiation between I guess the chapters. I do not have a lot of experience with short stories on Audible so definitely give this a shot

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Short and Punchy Stories

Very cool and strange stories, each different than the next, but all with a twist and a turn. I enjoy Fowler's books and this is no exception...

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Post-Apocalyptic Short Stories

Into the Wastes is a collection of ten short stories set in post-apocalyptic societies. Some are hopeful, others not. call were enjoyable. Several would make great novels on their own. The narrator does an OK job, a bit of a monotonous tone at times. the first story was his best performance.

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A great end to a fine series

I actually am super excited again to see where this goes. I have waited for a male Confessor for a long time.

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A disturbing, engrossing post apocalyptic collection

Into the Wastes is a collection of disturbing yet engrossing tales of post apocalyptic societies. The stories are fascinating, and most would make terrific novels if they were fleshed out further. Contains graphic and disturbing violence. The narrator does a good job bringing the stories to life.

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Best shorts ever

It's hard to review a groups of short stories but I can say all of these are very good. I loved the plots and I even felt like those were longer than normal shorts. Ether the stories are that good in the creation of the ambience or the narrators are a bit to fast (witch I believe they are... ;) ) Still one of the best stories, the first, listening is the best way to get the story and the narrator does and amazing job. The others maybe reading would be slower... All this stories have a finish (and you won't fell hanging) but the universes created could be easily expanded.

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Worlds of Darkness and hope

Quite an interesting set of worlds and probably futures, very grim and yet there is a lot of hope in most of the stories. My favorite so far is Idan's worlds, is one of longer ones too, but I like the development of the characters and the hellish setting the now live in.