Chemicaust: A Short Story in the Mad Element Saga

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What might men do with unlimited power? And what might they allow to be done? Chem, the Mad Element: a blessing and a curse, with as many names as shades and hues. The liquor of the Gods, Blessing of the Benefactor, Michael's Blood, all these refer to the same element, a chemical which pollutes the world, fills the skies. An aurora borealis of gasses and choking fumes, the Mad Element prolongs life, grants power unimaginable, and twists man and nature. It is corruption in a vial, or the key to life. Chemicaust is the story of a soldier, brainwashed but well fed and well looked after by the corps. This man, Luke, is set a mission to retrieve a person of interest, a person with no little power. His mission ends in disaster, a great chemical explosion fuelled by the Mad Element and Lu...

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Daniel T. Moore

My name is Daniel Moore and I live in Hamilton Ontario where I attend McMaster University. I am a writer in my spare time, dreaming of sometime making it big and I am a full-time student working towards a B.A. in English and History. My favourite books (I don't like everything from any one author.) are George Orwell's 1984, Tolkien's Lord of the Rings, Guy Gavriel Kay's Tigana and William Gibsons Mona Lisa Overdrive. I am the Warhammer Executive of the McMaster nerd club and love to talk about writing. If you are interested in what I have been writing, or what I plan on writing in the future you can contact me directly at DanielThomasMoore@hotmail.com. I'd love to hear from you.