Friday, September 30, 2011

Cathartes Aura and the Apocalypse Zoo by Eight Six

Today I have a REALLY different type of story for you, actually two stories.  The first is "Cathartes Aura and the Apocalypse Zoo" by Eighty Six and it is definitely in the creepy category.  Let's take a look.

Here is the book's description:
A post-apocalyptic story of a zoo on the day no one showed up. Narrated by a captive turkey vulture. Written in verse. 10 syllables per line, 10 lines per stanza, 10 stanzas per chapter, and 10 chapters overall. The first episode in the series. The narrator must escape his cage and navigate a zoo without keepers or tourists on his way to a world without structure.
Now doesn't that sound absolutely creepy! You can find "Cathartes Aura and the Apocalypse Zoo"by Eighty Six at Smashwords (click here). But the fun doesn't end there, next up we have "Cathartes Aura on the Road from Nowhere" by Eighty Six, let's take a look at this one.

Here is the book's description:
Our turkey-vulture narrator has escaped the zoo and is observing the ragged remnants of humanity recovering from disaster. Some will rebuild. Some will destroy. Some will come together. Some will fall apart. A novel-in-verse written in ten-by-ten format. Book Two in the Cathartes Aura Series.
You can find "Cathartes Aura on the Road from Nowhere" by Eighty Six at Smashwords too (click here).  You can find out more information about the Cathartes Aura series on Eighty Six's blog (click here).

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