Romero Russo
Man, I love this book. Kind of a cross between 1984 and Brave New World, but with cockroaches and the same sense of cautious disconnect as in Fahrenheit 451.
S.T. Ranscht and Robert P. Beus
An utterly ordinary life overrun by cockroaches and armed citizenry, told in a flat, deliberate Joe Friday cadence. But neither slow nor boring. Skillfully crafted. I get the feeling this will soon change, and all hell will break loose. I think I want to be there when it does.
S.T. Ranscht
Urban horror fantasy in the windy city overrun by cockroaches and guns, and one entomophobic pacifist trying to make a difference. What's not to love? Don't let this gem fall out of the Top 5. Pre-order now.
Robert Wren
Check out the video for Ophelia, Doll and see if this book is right for you! I appreciate the support of readers and hope you'll enjoy the available preview chapters enough to consider pre-ordering! Thank you!
Thomas J. Arnold
I'm horrible at pitches, so just go check it out. It speaks for itself better than I could. Only 138 more needed to hit the full 750, so do what you can to help that happen.
Dave Barrett
Hey folks! Here's another book that's right on the cusp of getting to the preorder goal. It's 160 copies away from the magic number of 750 copies. Give it a look-see!
Matthew Isaac Sobin
Sounds like like pure fun. Solid writing pulled me in.
Tabi Card
Paramilitary, armed populace, and cockroaches...oh my! Go help this talented writer reach his goal!
Andrea Jackson
Hooked me from the first sentence...then there's the cockroaches!
Janna Grace
There's a reason Single Version has stayed in the top--it grabs you from the very first sentence. Barsotti introduces the cockroaches and the changed world with the ease of Kafka's waking up a giant bug .in Metamorphosis