Three Weird Tales
Bestiary: Three Weird Tales is a collection of short stories by author Nicholas P. Oakley, featuring:
Bestiary - A lonely harvester driver on a remote planet happens upon a wild beast that he adopts as a companion, but the relationship isn’t all that it seems…
The Chattel’s Court - When a woman wakes up from cryo, the world around her has changed beyond all recognition, and she finds herself on trial for her life for a crime she doesn’t even remember committing.
The Cat-catcher - Mr. Black recounts his time as the sole cat-catcher on a terraforming project with a very unique cat problem.
With terrorist vegans, blossoming cats, vengeful cows and mythical companions, the three animal tales in this menagerie will unnerve, unsettle and excite you.
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by on September 29, 2016
- Nicholas P. Oakley, November 2012
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