Anomaly Flats

| November 24, 2015

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Anomaly Flats

Sci-fi gets a darkly humorous spin in Anomaly Flats, a quick, thrilling combination of science-fiction, horror, quirky humor, and time travel!

What readers are saying:

“I was unbelievably impressed…it is funny and weird and keeps you interested from page one.”

“Its ongoing charm is hypnotic.”

“Clayton Smith’s work is imaginative, unique, and ridiculously entertaining. I didn’t think anything could top Apocalypticon, but I was SO wrong.”

“Shove over, Christopher Moore and A. Lee Martinez…Weird Fun has a new author king!”

Somewhere just off the interstate, in the heart of the American Midwest, there’s a quaint, quirky town where the stars in the sky circle a hypnotic void….where magnetic fields play havoc with time and perception…where metallic rain and plasma rivers and tentacles in the plumbing are simply part of the unsettling charm. Mallory Jenkins is about to experience the unique properties of this place for herself – she’ll have no choice, considering the collapsed bridge that rerouted her urgent and mysterious trip to Saskatchewan, forcing her straight into the heart of town, where her Impala has an inexplicable breakdown. She intends to stay overnight – just until the auto repair shop can make the fix in the morning and send her on her way. But Mallory will soon encounter Dr. Lewis Burnish, a scientist who’s studied the town for a dozen years and knows more about its strangeness than even the locals do. And when she accidentally-on-purpose creates his evil clone, she’ll set off a series of events that could unleash the ultimate evil upon the town and wreak havoc on the world at large.

Life in a small town is like that sometimes.

Welcome to Anomaly Flats. Have some waffles, meet the folks, and enjoy the scenery…and if you happen to be in Walmart, whatever you do, don’t go down aisle 8.

Don’t EVER go down aisle 8.

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