The Terminus List

The Terminus List – Science Fiction

This is my latest book and it’s better than all that have come before. If you don’t believe me, buy it and find out. I think that you’ll be genuinely surprised. It’s a book that you’ll read and when you get to the end, you’ll wish that it kept going.

Here’s a description of the book:

Description: At the year-end extravaganza held in the year 2999, Brad Florin became a statistic. He was terminated by liberated punctuation, a fancy made-up term for killed to keep the population under control One year later, in 3000 the names of the new chosen ones were published for all to see. Whose names will be listed and who will get to go to the extravaganza parade and then be led to the glorious extermination stations during the Super Sunday halftime celebration. Barbara Freeman, Age 16 was one of the “supposedly” lucky names chosen for the 3000 Millennium celebration, which is to be held during the Super Sunday halftime show. During the show which will be broadcast for the world to see, Barbara and several thousand more are planned to be terminated. Most of them are willing and happy to be part of the termination process, but Barbara and her folks are not. Can Barbara escape her impending fate?

It’s available on Amazon.com in both paperback and kindle editions. https://www.amazon.com/dp/1717963692

Check out the book; look inside, and buy it. When you get the book, read it and put it on your bookshelf for all to see. It’s destined to become a classic.

I love writing and I love writing Science Fiction books. However, my next book will be a slight deviation from what I normally write. The book is “Bobby McDane and the missing unicorn.” I’m having a blast writing it and I feel that it’s destined for even more acclaim than “The Terminus List.”

Check out my website at https://stanleystraubauthor.com/ and signup for my newsletter. I’ll be waiting for you.

Stan Straub, changing the world one word at a time.

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