The Plastic Sea (part V)

The last light of the sun was being chased by ominous shadow when Dennis Ward felt the hairs on his neck stand on end and had the acute sensation that there was someone standing directly behind him.  Dennis...

The Plastic Sea (part IV)

Dennis could not carry the man far, but he needed to carry him far enough so that if he did not expire immediately there was no chance he could crawl back to their raft and alarm the women.  Dennis had no...

The Plastic Sea (part III)

“No.” he patiently replied.  “Well, there are these massive islands that have formed in certain oceans that are comprised of refuse, bottles, tarps, used medical supplies and all manner of filth, the...

The Plastic Sea (part II)

Due to simple luck did Dennis live and the creature die.  The beast, apparently ravenous in its hunger, launched itself toward the hapless survivors.  It was unable to pull Dennis below due to his grip and...

The Plastic Sea (part I)

It had been 9 days since the plane went down, 4 days since any of them had eaten, and almost 48 hours without fresh water. The sea was damnably lifeless, and had offered up no sustenance to the weary survivors...

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