Outlaw (Beyond The Dome)
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Non-stop, high octane action, fueled by vengeance and extraordinary circumstances.
Caught in the crossroads of dimensions, an outlaw, who goes by the name of Harvey, must travel through wicked lands plagued with bounty hunters and stone cold killers who are all trying to claim an exceptional price tag which was placed upon his head by a government which wants him dead and are willing to go to extreme lengths to ensure it. The price for Harvey’s head: Eternal Life.
With no memory, he woke in a strange land unaware of his past that warranted such a bounty on his head, and after Abby, the woman with whom he shared the same unfortunate circumstance with, was captured, he set out to find the people responsible for her capture and to find out why they want him dead, and why they are willing to offer a substantial reward such as Eternal Life for his head.
But is he prepared for the road ahead?
Is he willing to accept the burden that came with knowledge?
Can he handle the tragedy that came with this existence?
For better or worse, can he change it?
town should be erected right here first.’ Harvey doesn’t reply, he agreed with him. He wouldn’t have dug Docker up. ‘So what is your plan now?’ Harvey asked. ‘Alright, first of all,’ Docker suddenly had an attitude. ‘I was quite contempt down there, so fuck you for ruining it! ‘You asked to be dug up.’ Harvey’s reply was blunt. ‘Let me continue. Seeing as you didn’t wanna kill all those assassins, and you insisted on going straight for Abby. And despite what Scholtzer said, I think it’s
to cough up tiny speckles of blood; he used his fawn handkerchief to wipe the red blood-cells away from his mouth as he neared the door. ‘Get off my porch, son. This ain’t ya house…scrub,’ the elderly gentleman barked with a real grimy tang and slammed the door shut in Harvey’s face. Harvey turned back around and watched as the street in front of him, that only mere moments ago was a barren wasteland, was now full of life. People walked by, some by themselves, some hand in hand with another.
Harvey bit his tongue, bit it real hard, restraining himself. He wanted to hit Harris as hard as he could and beat him to a pulp, beat him within an inch of his life. The sheer audacity on the man was vexatious, but there was nothing Harvey could say or do that would change anything right now. The tears streamed from his eyes as he looked at Abby’s deceased body. She was dead, even though the machine kept the neurons in her brain active. ‘So what happens now?’ Harvey finally spoke. ‘Abby was
know…but there’s nothing for us here, we need to keep going, and hope that somewhere along the line we remember something.’ The road ahead held their attention. With the moon upbeat and observable in the clear sky, their focus lay with the mountains that sat ahead like obstruction of evenhandedness. Perhaps beyond those colossal, earthly obstacles lay something that meant something to them, something that gave them hope, perhaps even a reason to live. But what they were more likely to find was a
building, reflection, anything, just hoping that something would kick-start a flashback of memories that ties all this together, something that made sense of it all. A plethora of memories wasn’t needed, right now he’d settle for a single memory, one insignificant piece of familiarity, but nothing was coming back. Abby followed behind him, her gaze resting with the sky, her thoughts lost in the starlight, a smile almost graced her face. Harvey stopped as he heard what sounded like helicopter