Maps to the Stars

By Chris Lites

(4 Reviews)

$2.00

Synopsis

When superheroes of the world are all but destroyed during a hostile alien invasion, it is up to criminals, thieves and murderers to try to save the day. Can the scum of the earth rise to the occasion to save it? Find out in this truly wicked anthology of stories, which includes:

The Many Faces of Destruction by Clint Black
Maps to the Stars by Chris Lites
Purgatory by Ed Stark
The Tablets of Destiny by Kevin Andrew Murphy
The Third War by Steven S. Long
Malcontents by Jon Leitheusser
Fallen by Shane Lacy Hensley
Thicker than Water by Clint Black

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Additional Credits

  • Proofed By: William Letson
  • Edited & Mastered By: Mike Smith

Reviews (4)

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Jenner is a CREEPY Super Villain/Reality Show Host. Perfect Ending.

I mean, every reality TV show deathmatch host should be a lech, right?

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It's showtime!

Fun take on villainy, heroism, and media. Any more details would be spoilers. Listen in.

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It's showtime!

Fun take on villainy, heroism, and media. Any more details would be spoilers. Listen in.

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The Ultimate Show

From a story standpoint, Maps to the Stars and the other Necessary Evil titles work hard to make the bad guys appropriately villainous yet still leave you cheering for them by the end. This is a tale of a villain turned reality TV host who plots to turn the tables on a contestant to further raise his ratings.

In terms of performance, the voice work is top notch from narrators!