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- Publisher: Woodbridge Press (August 31, 2016)
- Publication Date: August 31, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01LC0JZD4
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After being booted from the Mars mission, eight astronauts are sent through a wormhole to explore a new planet.
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Colonel Navarro volunteers to enter a new wormhole, after her young son disappeared through one, five years ago.
Flawed Perspective by PJ Strebor
Captain Stonehaven, and his wife and crew, are sent on a mission to explore the galaxy.
Their mission is to find a peaceful world where the people of Earth can live.
However, Stonehaven is soon on his own mission.
Two or three of the stories in this volume, I simply skipped as I could not stand the style. The others are passable and allowed me kill a few hours.
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I liked the format, with the story lengths ideal for completing each in a single session.
There are several excellent stories and all were well written, though the mix of styles naturally meant there were one or two that I didn't like quite as much as the others.
One minor complaint is that a few stories appeared to have taken an existing idea and then force-fitted a wormhole into them, with one in particular where the wormhole seemed totally superfluous.
I also like the short interviews with the authors after each story. Recommended as an enjoyable read.
Anthologies offer a varied take on things
Perspectives and priorities are ostensibly reflected/magnified
through the different personalities of the authors