“Story telling at its best.”
Jane has just murdered a man. Now, in addition to monitoring her ship’s systems as she makes a freight run between the planets of Silvanus and Faris, she has to figure out how to get rid of the body. She also has to come up with a plausible story to explain the man’s absence. But what she would really like, more than anything else, is to get some sleep. This science fiction/psychological horror thriller is 2,500 words/10 pages in length.
“Sleep is a short story done the way short stories should be done: quick, concise and full of goodness.”
"...suspenseful and well written...."
"Michael K. Rose's Sleep is a true gem of a story among thousands of mediocre ones on the market."
“In a delightfully off-center tale reminiscent of Ray Bradbury with the slyness of Alfred Hitchcock, every Sci-fi lover will find something to like about this great blend of human interaction with the mind-bending terror of the unknown.”
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