Virtual Pulp: Tales of High Adventure, Low Adventure, and Misadventure

Virtual Pulp: Tales of High Adventure, Low Adventure, and Misadventure

by Henry Brown


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From Medieval Europe to Reconstruction; from a post-apocalyptic future to an alien world's Dark Ages, the drums pound in adrenaline-charged unison. Strap yourself in for a wild escape from the mundane, into adventures that transcend space and time.

Allan of Barnsdale pledges loyalty to a doomed knight in exchange for inspiration to craft his tale of King Arthur...never imagining they are en route to an ambush by outlaws in Sherwood Forest.

Pick Garver returns to his hometown after the Civil War a hero to some, a turncoat to most, and less likely to be with his true love than when he left.

Three warriors from vastly different races must battle a sorcerer, an invading armada, and each other, while desperately seeking honor in a world where treachery is the norm.

Mechanic, armchair engineer and hot-dog pilot Rebble Rauser and his fellow citizens of the "Barbarian Nation" protect their sovereignty with blazing wing guns, but an old rival of Rebble's makes a surprise visit during a war in a chaotic American future.

Virtual Pulp # 1 brings you new pulp-flavored tales in different genres, combining intelligent storytelling with the imaginative adventure-lust of yesteryear.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781453836507
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 10/13/2010
Pages: 142
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.30(d)

About the Author

Men's fiction/retro-pulp writer Henry Brown has been a voracious reader for most of his life. In addition to devouring fiction of most genres, he has been a history buff from a young age, and a WWII afficinado by the age of 17. Dude-lit, action adventure and pulp fiction topped his reading list for many years. He entered the military upon graduation from high school and volunteered for an elite unit. Upon his return to civilian life years later, he earned a degree in the arts, but spent most of his college elective credits on military history courses. His passion for dude-lit led him to create the Two-Fisted Blogger web log, where he plans to help reawaken an interest in fiction for men.

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