Solitude

Solitude

Sumiko Saulson / Jul 08, 2020
Solitude To what extent does the presence of others affect our thoughts and actions What do we believe when we are truly alone Solitude is the riveting tale of diverse individuals isolated in a San Francisco s
  • Title: Solitude
  • Author: Sumiko Saulson
  • ISBN: 9781105067273
  • Page: 136
  • Format: Paperback
  • To what extent does the presence of others affect our thoughts and actions What do we believe when we are truly alone Solitude is the riveting tale of diverse individuals isolated in a San Francisco seemingly void of all other human life In the absence of others, each journeys into personal web of beliefs and perceptions as they try to determine what happened to them, aTo what extent does the presence of others affect our thoughts and actions What do we believe when we are truly alone Solitude is the riveting tale of diverse individuals isolated in a San Francisco seemingly void of all other human life In the absence of others, each journeys into personal web of beliefs and perceptions as they try to determine what happened to them, and the world around them Each of them view events differently One suspects aliens have invaded, another believes it s a sign of Revelation and end times, some don t know what to think, and others find their minds unraveling as they struggle to cope with unimaginable events Soon, threats both natural and supernatural leave them too busy fighting to survive in a world of strange and unpredictable events where all of the luxuries of civilization are being slowly eroded to even stop to wonder And unless they can find each other, they will have to face it all alone, in the dark.
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    About "Sumiko Saulson"

      • Sumiko Saulson

        Sumiko Saulson is a science fiction, fantasy and horror writer and graphic novelist She was the 2016 recipient of the Horror Writer Association s Scholarship from Hell Her works include the reference guide 60 Black Women in Horror Fiction, novels include Solitude, The Moon Cried Blood, Happiness and Other Diseases, Somnalia, Insatiable and the bestselling horror comedy Warmth She has written short stories for anthologies including Forever Vacancy, Babes and Beasts, Tales from the Lake 3, Clockwork Wonderland, and Carry the Light 5 where she won second place for the science fiction short story Agrippa She s the editor of the anthology Black Magic Women She writes for Search Magazine, and SumikoSaulson The child of African American and Russian Jewish American parents, she is a native Californian who grew up in Los Angeles and Hawaii She is an Oakland resident who has spent most of her adult life in the San Francisco Bay Area.


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    1. Imagine being in your car one day and suddenly all the people vanish The cars, trucks and buildings are still there The animals are still there also but they re not how they use to be The world is a different place, there are forces at work that are changing everything and they may never be the same.This is the story behind Sumiko Saulson s Solitude Solitude is about seven very different people and how they react to being alone after civilization disappears One of them goes mad and talks to peop [...]


    2. Don t read this book before going to bed, you ll never get to sleep The suspense and attention to character development is impeccable You get to know and build a personal relationship with them, the story weaves and arch that binds them all together in one unexpected conclusion READ THIS You will love this novel.



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