Falling for Q46F

In a world ravaged by undead humans, Q46F lives out its days trapped alone in a bunker Each day since Master died is the same feed the bunker wall, sing to the dining table in F major, and put the fridge to sleep But after waiting 27.03 years, obsessive compulsive Q46F hears a signal A signal from another Another Q46F Falling for Q46F is a post apocalyptic sci fi comIn a world ravaged by undead humans, Q46F lives out its days trapped alone in a bunker Each day since Master died is the same feed the bunker wall, sing to the dining table in F major, and put the fridge to sleep But after waiting 27.03 years, obsessive compulsive Q46F hears a signal A signal from another Another Q46F Falling for Q46F is a post apocalyptic sci fi comedy short that will melt even a zombie proof titanium heart Categories frightening psychological horror suspense, metaphysical horror zombie gore, philosophical fiction dark humor, cyberpunk adventure body horror, robot science fiction apocalyptic planet, post apocalyptic america zombie humor, science fiction realms creepy stories
Falling for Q F In a world ravaged by undead humans Q F lives out its days trapped alone in a bunker Each day since Master died is the same feed the bunker wall sing to the dining table in F major and put the fri

  • Title: Falling for Q46F
  • Author: Jason Werbeloff
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 345
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “Falling for Q46F”

    1. Free fun short. "I do not know what guilt is, but my guilty pleasure is to have an undead gnaw at my arm on Fridays. When Master watched me doing this, he frowned. "You may be tough," he'd warned, "but you're not indestructible."I don't know how I feel, but I think this felt weird. :)

    2. Master did not program me to feel loneliness or loss. But I have found ways to circumvent my limitations. To augment my code. There is little doubt, in the mind I was never meant to feel, that I miss Master.One word: fascinating. Q46F, the world, all of it.

    3. Jason Werbeloff is an amazing author! I was lucky enough to gain access to his newsletter and later gifted to be a part of his audio chapters, small pieces of his November release, Obsidian Worlds- available at and other book retailers. This is, I believe, my fourth audio-share of his work. I really enjoyed this one and I am sure you will too. Down below, I've added the clip to this story: Falling for Q46g. Take a listen and see if you agree with my review. If you like Science Fiction, I have n [...]

    4. If you were smugly confident before about what it is to be a human being, this short story will leave you wondering. It is hilariously original and oddly moving; a burst of brilliant and challenging storytelling that will stay in your retina for a long time.

    5. FALLING FOR Q46FAuthor: Jason WerbeloffType of Book: eBookGenre: Dystopian, Post-Apocalyptic, Science Fiction, Zombie Fiction, Comedy Length: 17 pages Release Date: April 13, 2015Rating: 5 out of 5 stars ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐* I downloaded this short story for free on amazon FALLING FOR Q46F is a short novella.Description from : In a world ravaged by undead humans, Q46F lives out its days trapped alone in a bunker. Each day since Master died is the same: feed the bunker wall, sing to the dining table [...]

    6. Falling for Q46F by Jason Werbeloff Falling for Q46F by Jason Werbeloff is a story with a twist. I gave this futuristic, dystopian short story four stars. I found it poignant.  Q46F was designed by the Master who has been deceased for twenty-seven years. Q46F measured the time in days, hours, minutes & seconds. It was designed so no undead could harm it. "So I disable my cameras & my audio channels. Three times. To be sure. And although I leave my radio receiver active--the radio receiv [...]

    7. This shorty story is wonderful! I really liked it, and would have loved it but for one tiny thing. (Or maybe not so tiny!) But I won't spoil it for anyone because this is one of those stories that you should go into blind and make up your own mind. The story and writing was so well done that I will be checking out this authors other works. I would definitely recommend this to anyone looking for a quick read in the dystopian, thriller, or really any group. I think most readers would enjoy this s [...]

    8. A nice bit of twisted entertainment! Jason does such a great job creating mixed up and backward world that you feel entrenched inside of (Mostly trying to figure out along the way). His characters always long for an escape, something greater and fight many internal struggles to get there, this is a another classic example and when you get to the end, You think to yourself (Was that a good or bad for Q46F?, you decide!). If this is one of your first Werbeloff reads and you enjoyed it, make sure y [...]

    9. I have yet to read anything by Jason Werbeloff that I haven't enjoyed, and that trend continues with this really interesting short story. At the first mention of the undead I kind of mentally rolled my eyes because I'm so over zombies but this is definitely not your average zombie story - in fact while the undead characters allow for some gruesomely amazing (and amazingly gruesome) imagery they are mere background for the main character. I don't want to give away too much, so I'll just say I nev [...]

    10. Falling for Q46F is a great title for this short because that is exactly what I did, I fell for the adorable post-apocalyptic android. This was the first of Werbeloff's stories that I ever read and I have been addicted to his work since. Filled with deliciously gory visuals and details from a one of a kind imagination, this story is unique and pulls the reader deep into a world that will make their skin crawl but also have them begging for more.Falling for Q46F is entertaining, divinely dark and [...]

    11. Q46F lives in a bunker waiting for some sign that it is safe to go out into the world as the undead ravage everything thing (not just the living). His creator passed away years ago and he waits. Then one day he gets a signal; there is another out there. This short story is very graphic in describing an apocalyptic world, filled with loneliness. I found it to be quite enjoyable and wished it didn’t have to end. Only four stars since I knew how it was going to end. Would love to read more from J [...]

    12. Most enjoyable short I've read all year. Glad I found it. Going to grab up a handful of this author's other stories tonight.

    13. This one was a freebie on .The author shows he has imagination, no doubt about that. I also like the way he tells his story. He has a different take on zombies and an original way for people to protect against them. However, it was too short (15 pages short) to make up my mind. I have too many questions to actually give a fair rating. For example, why were toenails more dangerous than teeth? The robot specifies that toes were dangerous. (Well, we know why but I don’t want to give spoilers.) On [...]

    14. I loved this short story. It has everything you could ask for, such as a likeable robot with OCD tendencies and zombies in positions like you wouldn't believe!Jason Werbeloff is such an incredible writer with a gifted imagination. He manages to make the surrealisms in this story into our normality whilst reading.This is an absolutely stunning story and I both giggled like a little girl and had a lump in my throat in the space of a few pages.

    15. So the worlds ended and Q46F is still functioning. Keeping his hideyhole intact with bits of zombie bodies, looking to see if there is any other intelligence out there. It's an interesting story, well done, but for me just a little too short. The world is fascinating, but we just don't see enough of it. Still a brilliant read though

    16. Aside from this being way way way too short of a story, I enjoyed the original take. And yes, in 15 short pages I did fall for Q46F. Well done Mr Werbeloff.

    17. Definitely a unique zombie apocalypse story. But I didn't care for it at all. It never engaged me at any level.

    18. This is a nice short story. Left me thinking. What exactly is humanity? Will technology one day be able to display emotions?

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