For a thousand years every gulag had been the same. The same drawn faces. The same haunting blank stares. The same cold-blooded, inhuman guards. The same gruesome tools for inflicting pain. It was in this godless place called a gulag that Carina Matthews now found herself. Rebellious. Feisty. Intelligent. She would soon learn how much agony one can endure before folding. A masterfully crafted story based on the universal human conflict between the desire for order and the desire for freedom. Burgauer gives us a heroine whose concern is for the future, and a hero who is keenly aware of his own mortality. Loren Logsdon . . . Editor, Eureka Literary Magazine... a ground car by a tornado passing through a junkyard in Sane Loua Though the whole scenario was completely absurd, ... On Titan, for instance, a giant moon of Saturna#39;s which is every bit as large as the planet Mercury, we see the synthesisanbsp;...
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