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As a fan of the Dead Robots' Society podcast, I have long anticipated the release of their anthology project, and it does not disappoint. If I could give halves, I would give this a 4.5.
Overall, this anthology is a very enjoyable read. While a few of the stories have darker endings, the book carries a thread of hope and optimism throughout, especially appropriate for an anthology that focuses on exploration and the very human drive for discovery.
A couple of the stories near the end didn't really strike a chord with me, but most of them were just what I was hoping for. A few that I especially enjoyed are "The Burning Land," by Jeff Brackett, "A Mournful Rustling," by Court Ellyn, and "Beneath an Orange Sky," by Andrew Hawnt. This book has given me a whole new list of authors to look out for in the future.