In The End Games, the world ended on Halloween, only to be brought back by a dangerous game. Michael and his younger brother have been receiving “instructions” from the Game Master for weeks. Together, they spend their days searching for survivors in West Virginia’s rural mountains, and their nights fighting the Bellows, horrific beasts roaring for flesh. But the Game is changing and the Bellows are evolving. Will the two brothers adapt as well?
We might argue that not only does the past come back to life, but that it is constantly a part of the present. How have your past failures and/or triumphs as a writer shaped the writer you are now?
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