“Revelation” (3)


atrWho is Laurel Hills? What are the strange clocks scattered across three parallel Earths? Why are they counting down in perfect sync and what happens when the countdown ends? And what is the secret of 1995? The Sliders must find answers before time runs out. A 151-page screenplay.

Notice: Comments are permitted to contain spoilers for “Revelation” and “Reminiscence.” Please refrain from reading comments prior to reading the script and novella.

 

 

 

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4 responses to ““Revelation” (3)”

  1. Cyrokin says:

    I knew it! I knew it all along! But I shall refrain from revealing spoilers. 8D

  2. Martin Markov says:

    This was awesome! I loved the parallel worlds, I loved the story, I adored the way you captured the characters’ voices, I had a suspicion that the person that ended up being the villain was the villain but it still caught me by surprise. I can’t wait for Regensis.

    • ireactions says:

      That’s nice of you to say. Comments are a spoiler-permitted zone.

      I honestly didn’t think anyone *wouldn’t* expect the true identity of the mastermind behind the doomsday clocks. So I didn’t even try to hide it — “Jameson Hall” is a direct reference to Quinn using the alias “Jim Hall” in “The Guardian.” I tried to make the mystery less about who was doing all this and more about how and why, with “Reunion” seemingly ruling out the possibility of who “Jameson Hall” and “Q” could be with the claim that all Quinns were erased from the multiverse.

      Laurel’s identity was also not really much of a mystery — her last name is given in “Reunion”! Again, I thought, even if the reader figures out who Laurel is from her first appearance, there’s still the mystery of how she can be present and why she’s the wrong age.

      Thanks so much for reading and commenting.

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