A journey into the unknown naturally raises questions, highlights doubts, stirs concerns, whatever. It’s not always the fear of what’s to be found on the other side that stresses you, but on what’s in between. Travel has long been a symbol of escape and freedom, but there’s something truly paralyzing about being in transit- away from one center, toward another, where provisions are rationed and shelters scarce. This story finds that particular horror in the trip from a home planet, to some distant unknown, that is interrupted so that our main character finds himself in a truly horrifying state of lifeless animation.
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