More about Brent Knowles,
game designer and author
This is a story about the early years of the post apocalyptic hero Wanderer and tells of his search for his missing wife. He has not yet found his battlesuit and his foes in this tale are his fellow humans, the ones, like him, who have survived the end of days.
The helicopter disappears beyond the horizon and Wanderer returns his attention to the laptop sitting awkwardly on his knees, sharing space with a can of cold beans. He digs into the beans with a plastic spork as he views the web site behind his…
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This story reminded me why I used to thrive on short stories. Great character, robust descriptions and a compelling look into the mind of a post-apocalyptic survivor in the digital age. Reminds me of a lot of Orson Scott Card’s short stories.
I have always admired authors who can write a good short story. Brent Knowles has written a really great short story in The Prophet and I understand that there are more based on his character The Wanderer
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This story is actually the first (chronologically) in a series of stories featuring Wanderer. The ‘end’ of the series was my first story in print. It was called ‘The End of the Road’ and appeared in Not One of Us and is available through AnthologyBuilder.
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