Time-hop: 1967, the year when an elite boarding school went to hell #science fiction #fantasy

Andy’s eyes turned a piercing black. He picked up the guitar — Samantha’s dreaded electric guitar — and held it above his head, a warrior brandishing his weapon. To his right, one of the Three Graces stood poised, her skirt halfway up her thighs and a bass guitar in her hands. To his left stood another of the Graces, her arms raised and her fingers spread like the talons of a descending eagle over an electronic keyboard. Behind him, the most butch of the girls sat twirling polished wooden sticks behind a set of drums.

DesiccationΒ (excerpt ch 23)Β 

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Sarah is a British eccentric who writes offbeat fiction, haiku and tanka poetry. She's into nature, gardening, and natural health. Her sociability is something that happens in short bursts with long breathing spaces in between.

5 thoughts on “Time-hop: 1967, the year when an elite boarding school went to hell #science fiction #fantasy”

    1. I read many different genres but looking at my bookshelves, science fiction & fantasy outnumber the others, with Nordic crime a close contender for first place. Now there’s a thought, a Nordic crime science fiction hybrid novel with a sprinkling of Nordic mythology thrown in! Wishing you wonderful New Year, too πŸ™‚

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