By Brian Keene
One morning the citizens of Walden, Virginia, awakened to discover the remainder of the area long past. simply . . . long gone.
Surrounding their city used to be a wall of inky darkness, plummeting Walden into everlasting evening. not anything can get in - now not mild, now not humans, no longer even electrical energy, radio, television, net, nutrients, or water. And not anything can get out. not anyone who dared to penetrate the mysterious barrier has ever been visible back. basically their screams have been heard.
But for a few, the darkness isn't the worst in their fears. pushed mad by way of thirst, starvation, and perpetual evening, the citizens of Walden are able to explode. the previous couple of sane prisoners of this small city needs to organize a last stand opposed to their friends, themselves, and anything even worse . . . whatever available in the market . . . within the darkness . . .
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We walked down the stairs and out into the dark street, and things seemed even weirder than before. It was midmorning, and the sun certainly should have been up. Instead, the sky seemed darker than ever. It made me wonder whether this was how those people in Alaska felt. You know, the ones who live where it’s nighttime for a month out of the year? If it was anything like this, then it must have sucked balls. Cranston shuffled out of his apartment, blinking like a sleepy lizard, and joined us. It turned out that he’d heard the siren, too.
In fact, with the exception of his clothes, which looked like they could stand up by themselves, Dez seemed to be in pretty good shape. There was a bulge in the pocket of his trench coat—the unmistakable outline of a pint of booze. He smiled as he passed by us, walking slowly, as if exhausted. “I did it,” he said to us, still grinning. “I didn’t think I’d finish in time, but I did. I kept it out. ” Our group smiled and nodded, shifting uneasily. Nobody was sure how to respond. Some of us glanced away.
Was always friendly. His guitar strumming got to be a little too much sometimes, but Christy and I didn’t mind. When it annoyed us, we just turned the stereo or the television up a little louder and drowned out the noise. Russ, Christy, and I nodded at Cranston as he shut his apartment door behind him. He didn’t say much. Just asked us if we knew what was going on. We said that we didn’t. His curly gray hair was sticking up in every direction, and his Grateful Dead shirt looked like he’d slept in it.
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