Waterstones Lisburn features ‘Ten Minutes on Mars’ by Jonathan Fisher
The bookstore in the city of Lisburn, Waterstones features the Sci-Fi book by Jonathan Fisher. The book is about an inhabitants which is beyond the borders of the imagination. The place is called Halloween Town, a singularity in hell. This town is stuck in a time where magical, mystical and supernatural things reside and at the same time creates a sense of the unworldly in a mundane and monotonous world. The book has eighteen different breath-taking short stories, that will give you goose bumps and chill you to your bone marrow. He will take you to the haunted reality of the future, and will thrust you back into your corporeal existence without any caution, to witness the amazing classical science fiction action. The first volume of short stories includes ‘Ten Minutes on Mars’ which is a collection of creative and thoughtful writing that will take you to the height of imaginations and fantasy. Jonathan Fisher was born in 1970. At the age of 22, he almost died because of an undiagnosed Addisonian crisis. He spent three months in a coma that he has mentioned in his memoir. The doctors gave up on him and thought it would be better to turn off Jonathan’s life support machines. But he was a true fighter and he survived. Before that, he had a normal childhood and usual teenage troubles. Jonathan is now a wheelchair user but that does not stop him from achieving his goals, and now he has crafted another masterpiece of his work in the form of this book, ‘Ten Minutes on Mars’.