Outlaw (Beyond The Dome)
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Non-stop, high octane action, fueled by vengeance and extraordinary circumstances.
Caught in the crossroads of dimensions, an outlaw, who goes by the name of Harvey, must travel through wicked lands plagued with bounty hunters and stone cold killers who are all trying to claim an exceptional price tag which was placed upon his head by a government which wants him dead and are willing to go to extreme lengths to ensure it. The price for Harvey’s head: Eternal Life.
With no memory, he woke in a strange land unaware of his past that warranted such a bounty on his head, and after Abby, the woman with whom he shared the same unfortunate circumstance with, was captured, he set out to find the people responsible for her capture and to find out why they want him dead, and why they are willing to offer a substantial reward such as Eternal Life for his head.
But is he prepared for the road ahead?
Is he willing to accept the burden that came with knowledge?
Can he handle the tragedy that came with this existence?
For better or worse, can he change it?
that?’ Abby felt the urge to ask. Harvey stared at the Deputy as the life escaped his body. ‘The Deputy struck me as someone who was prone to idiocy,’ his reply was honest, and evidently accurate. Harvey took the bounty from the desk and examined it once more, his attention being drawn – naturally – to the outlandish reward: Eternal Life. A life before his immediate memory he could not recall, but still he knew that this didn’t make sense, and he doesn’t need to know anything about it to know
you know, memory wise. So I’ll teach you like I’d teach a child.’ Scholtzer said somewhat patronizing, but necessary, and grabbed a pencil and a sheet of paper. ‘Okay, everything ever imagined, exists. All those stories you heard about in another dimension, another reality, those motion pictures, those books, television shows, those spine-chilling murderers, vampires, zombies, everything exists. Your mind, in another existence, is connected. You can access them through your subconscious. Those
bend. The road ahead was elongated; the asphalt faded into the darkness, much to Harvey’s aggravation. ‘See that tree to your left, time to go off road.’ Docker instructed. Harvey pulled the steering wheel to his left and progressed across the dirt and stopped at the tree and got out leaving the door open. He popped the trunk and grabbed the shovel. ‘Time to dig boy,’ Docker didn’t know when to shut up. Harvey started digging, shoveling dirt, throwing it over his left shoulder and then
of 200mph for about five hours, still on the same highway. The sun was still high in the sky. The windows were rolled up. If it wasn’t for the extremely efficient air conditioning built into the car, Harvey would be sweltering, borderline baking, but instead, he was nonchalantly seated in comfort as the radio threw out some anthemic rock goodness. A few more hours go by; the sun was slowly fading behind the skyline of an anonymous metropolis. Harvey looked in his rearview mirror and spotted a
seemed to steadily float inches below the beam and above the ground, and there were no tracks. They both came to the same conclusion: the glowing beam must be some sort of magnet. They both walked off, wandering aimlessly around the small landing pad-like city. They completed the journey within ten minutes and then sat down on a bench in the small but busy garden that faced out onto the ocean. There was nothing but gift shops, ticket offices, a train station and some food stalls. There wasn’t