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The Beginning and End of all Things short story anthology

Title: The Beginning & End of All Things: Stories of Man

Format: ebook, paperback, hardcover

Dimensions: 292 pages, 5.5 in x 8.5 in

Published: Nov. 17, 2020

Publisher: Foul Fantasy Fiction

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title: 

ISBN (hardcover) 978-1-989071-29-8

ISBN (paperback) 978-1-989071-13-7

ISBN (ebook) 978-1-989071-14-4

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15th annual National Indie Excellence Award Finalist for Best Short Story Collection

"The Beginning and End of All Things provides eleven tales that mystify and entertain. . . . The stories within are an eclectic bunch provoking thought as well as providing chills and the occasional laugh."

— San Francisco Book Review


"If, like me, you enjoy visiting cleverly written science fiction worlds, The Beginning & End of All Things has you covered. This collection of stories, which is both entertaining and thought provoking, provides a wonderful sampling of compelling sci-fi narratives."

— INDIES TODAY, 5 stars


"While most anthologies, regardless of genre, are hit-and-miss, THE BEGINNING & END OF ALL THINGS is mostly hits--wondrous stories with relatable characters that explore the far reaches of space and the limits of technology."

— Indie Reader


A science fiction anthology that attempts to answer the great questions of humanity:

What are we?

What do we want?

How will it all come crashing down around us?

A naked man-droid that asks too many questions...

An alien theme park unfortunately filled with humans...

A wheelchair-ridden Viking ripped of his hopes for an afterlife...

A city of people competing for points in a holographic paradise...

A space pirate who concedes his will to the Devil himself...

A CEO who would destroy herself to keep her position on the moon...

An old man must escape robot zombies and his own guilt...

Historic dictators trapped in a future game show

A team sent to rescue nuns discover ice has a voice on Enceladus....

A confined man, back from the dead, transitions into something no cell can contain...

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