by Michael Simms
Publisher: Smashwords 2013
Number of pages: 83
A diary from the future? Or a dead man's work of fiction? In this first year's worth of entries from a diary stored on a mysterious recording device, the beginnings of an expansive story are told. Nobody knows if it is a work of fiction or a true record of how things happened, and will happen. By reading the diary, some things may have already begun to change, and the future is not what it was.
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