Free Fiction Monday: Roger, At Sunset

September, 1963: Roger knows the future. Life in 1960s, the same as in the 1950s, certainly better than the 1940s. Roger’s future looks exactly like his present: the job of his dreams, the wife of his dreams, everything perfect and in a row. Roger, representative of his privileged generation. Roger, who sits down to watch the news every night…in a golden twilight of a soon-to-be lost age.

“Roger, At Sunset,” by award-winning writer Kristine Kathryn Rusch is free on this site for one week only. The story is available as a $2.99 ebook from Amazon, Barnes & Noble,  Omnilit, and other ebookstores.


Roger, at Sunset

Kristine Kathryn Rusch


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3 responses to “Free Fiction Monday: Roger, At Sunset”

  1. Li Renli says:

    “Roger, At Sunset” is a prime example of how good a storyteller Kristine Kathryn Rusch is. The way the story is written/ told compels you to keep on reading from the very first paragraph to the last, literally on the edge of your seat and holding your breath for the longest time, waiting to see what road Roger will take at the end of the day. Many readers may disagree with me but I consider it a suspense story in the broadest sense of the word.

  2. Chong Go says:

    Oh wow! Didn’t see that coming! (Fwiw, the story really pulled me in as well.)

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