In the Mean Time
A history teacher begins his unorthodox senior course with clips from an ominous surveillance video, causing a student's home life to deteriorate along with the lessons.
A girl with a second head that changes into different historical and fictional identities tries to find her father while figuring out how to handle Mom and the book club.
A blog documents society's slow, unexplained, but inexorable end, or is it only a collection of pixel-sized paranoia?
A once-awkward teen holes up in a kiddie-themed amusement park after the end of the world, and schemes to take Cinderella's Castle by force.
This collection by Paul G. Tremblay (author of The Little Sleep and No Sleep Till Wonderland) features fifteen stories of fear and paranoia, stories of apocalypses both societal and personal, and stories of longing and coping.
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Review: In the Mean TimeUser Review - Patrickmalka - Goodreads
I've been reading this book for years now and have to sadly say that I've finally finished it. The slow pace is due to two factors: one, in general, I tend to read many collections and anthologies ... Read full review
Review: In the Mean TimeUser Review - Nicholas Kaufmann - Goodreads
A collection of mini-masterpieces about the end of the world, both actually and personally. I hate Paul Tremblay for being such a talented writer. Or I would if he had a uvula. But he doesn't, so I take pity on him. You should, too. Read full review
The People Who Live Near Me
Theres No Light Between Floors
Headstones in Your Pocket
Its Against the Law to Feed the Ducks
We Will Never Live in the Castle
About the Author
The Marlboro Man Meets the End
The Blog at the End of the World