After the End: The Sumbally Fallacy Volume IV
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Available: June 2013
now she set it down, took a deep breath. “I have a possible….” She cleared her throat, “An odd explanation, something as off the wall, I suppose, as the fact that we see them in the first place. Mind you, I wouldn’t want to be quoted…for all I know, yes, maybe we’re both crazy.” She laughed, but the laugh was nervous, an I-am-putting-myself-on-the-line kind of laugh.
Kevin didn’t laugh with her; he just leaned forward, his elbows on the table and his hands folded almost prayerfully. “I’d appreciate hearing what you think. Just about any explanation is probably better than the stuff I’m coming up with. It’s my wife, you know? And our kids.” Dr. Easton rubbed an index finger across her chin, searching for a place to begin. “I understand.” she said. “In a way, it’s not that far out. Just one aspect of it is difficult to…well, let me get right to it. You see, I’m an anthropologist. Now, you know who the Neandertal people were, right? Cave people? Generally speaking, of course. People who lived during the last ice ages, then apparently died out about twenty or thirty thousand years ago? Well, I think they are here, forming groups, maybe dangerous groups, all around us, right now.
Praise for The Sumbally Fallacy: “Ultimately, Gallob’s provocative epic subtly jabs at contemporary prejudices, leading readers to suspect that the title’s “fallacy” concerns all presumptions of superiority.”