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History as you think you understand it does not exist, Griff. The world you think you know is actually a construct fashioned from the fears of the human race.”
The contours of her eyes were soft and inviting, but, if you looked straight into them, they got sharp and feral.
I don’t lie, Griff. Ever. In my world, if you need to lie, it’s already too late.”
A scientist working to develop a new source of limitless energy is dead, and the man who was hired to protect him needs to know why.
The dead man’s niece and a mysterious manuscript from his laboratory safe may hold all the answers, or they may lead down an endless rabbit hole ending in madness and cataclysm.
Now the man named Griff must decide how far he can trust the girl--and how much he is willing to risk--as he stumbles blindly toward the powers that control our fates.
Storms at Sea is Mark Schultz’s new, heavily illustrated novella that explores the border between what we want to believe is true and the reality that we'd prefer to keep concealed. From a crime-fiction framework, it opens up into a breathtaking journey through cryptic history, cautionary science-fiction and a speculative vision of the deep future The story is told through 31 pages of prose and 31 full-page illustrations.
Mark Schultz loves a good story, always has. His lifelong interest in the sciences and natural history led him to create the award-winning Xenozoic Tales and co-create the undersea adventure SubHuman, as well as to write such non-fiction projects as The Stuff of Life, a Graphic Guide to Genetics and DNA. He has illustrated a collection of Robert E. Howard’s Conan of Cimmeria and the autobiography of Charles R. Knight.