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- Print Length: 165 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1484088611
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- Publisher: Zelmer Pulp; 1 edition (March 17, 2013)
- Publication Date: March 17, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00BW6KWHC
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Hey, That Robot Ate My Baby Volume 1 Kindle Edition
"Children of Blood and Bone"
Tomi Adeyemi conjures a stunning world of dark magic and danger in her West African-inspired fantasy debut. Learn more
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Timejack by Chuck Reagan:
Clever and fast paced with some great ideas. As those in the future seek to manipulate the past there are dire consequences in the present. Chuck Reagan delivers an in depth tale of a technologically different future where we live our lives virtually and our put is just a meat sack attended to by robots. Social approval via social networks is king here. Chillingly detailed.
Wherever The Light Ends by Ryan Sayles
A chilling story that blends the oddness of a carnival with the interior of an alien spacecraft. Powerful scene building had me right there with the characters. Good old fashioned paranoia and fear abound. As a cop seeks to uncover the facts behind a mysterious double death Ryan Sayles slowly unearths a tale of alien interference.
Geek Squad 20 by Brian Panowich
Panowich asks in bold letters what if hackers could control people? Panowich weaves in some clever twists and turns and takes computer hacking to a whole new and scary level.
This Protean Love by Isaac Kirkman
I'd rate this story highly for the chapter titles alone! Some unique ideas and a strange melancholic, lonely world make this perhaps the story of the collection. So deliciously descriptive as to be poetic at times I was held captive by this story.
The Whores of God by Chris Leek
Chris Leek finishes off this excellent collection with a hilarious romp around a doomed spacecraft. Snappy one liners and violence are the order of the day. This cynical view of the future delivered with tongue firmly in cheek.
A variety of themes and styles here, enough to suit almost any taste. It's clear that the contributors were carefully selected and each of them brings something a little different to the party. An accomplished and riveting read.
In Chuck Regan's "Timejacked: The Rand Paradox," a time travelling celebrity from 2347 goes back to 1955 New York to punch the crap out of Ayn Rand. And he learns what happens when the barriers of time are violated: there are dire and painful consequences. Very cleverly written and perfectly paced.
In "Wherever the Light Ends" by Ryan Sayles, twin girls are abducted from the circus and introduced to the unfathomable. Sayles presents the landscape of nightmares in such vivid detail, it's impossible not to feel weightless and breathless. A truly fantastic Sci-Fi horror.
"Geek Squad 2.0" by Brian Panowich brings the hard-hitting psycho violence. Led by a narcissistic evil genius, a team of super-geeks develop and deploy a dark and technologically brilliant scheme that turns deadly. A startling look at what happens when a bullied kid gets his chance to play God.
From Isaac Kirkman, "This Protean Love." A beautiful, tragic tale of love, division, and loss in the hyper-technology saturated future. Brilliant, poignant, thoughtful and painful, Kirkman's words strike a chord deep within the soul and resonate in rich, prolonged tones.
And finally, "The Whores of God" by Chris Leek is a biting comedic tale of a crooked man on the run from a crooked world of corrupt condom magnates. A pleasure cruise to Mars, his intended hideout, turns into and explosion of moral zealotry and carnage. Witty, imaginative and wildly hilarious!