A collection of seven short stories by Option 1. Each story falls somewhere on the border of horror, science fiction, or the psychological thriller genres. Stories range from a home invasion that doesn't go exactly as planned (the title story) to a dissertation by a South African scientist on the science of memory. Each story appears simple on the onset but tells a tale of the duality inherent in human experience. A loving father can also be a horrible monster. A scavenging alien can be the disaster we've all feared. The greatest discovery in the history of man might leave us lost and forgotten. A global phenomenon gone wrong can change a generation of our children... Every story explores some facet of choice, consequence, or simply bad luck in the process of our human expression.
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