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- Print Length: 371 pages
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- Publisher: Bear Publications; 2 edition (July 12, 2015)
- Publication Date: July 12, 2015
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B011HIOR7K
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My only complaint is that the first story, The Power From the Past, could have been longer. I know, I know. These are short stories. But that one had me hooked from sentence one and then ended too quickly.
In “The War Between the Mons”, Travis Perry does a terrific job of painting this unique world. My favorite story has to be “Golden” by Allison Rohan. This is a story of the mysterious and unbeatable Phoenix, falcon rider extraordinaire, and the suicide race suddenly thrust upon her. I CANNOT believe Ms Rohan is still in high school. Her writing and storytelling is far beyond her years. I look forward to seeing more of her work.
The most intriguing story in the anthology is “Liar’s Paradox”, Jill Domshot’s unique tale of self-professed liar and saint, Simon. The inclusion of an ornithopter in Mark Venturini’s “In Search of Eden” is an interesting touch.
Each story is unique and very well written. Written from a Christian world view, I can honestly recommend the anthology to fans of science fiction and fantasy of all ages. I can’t wait to explore more of Medieval Mars.
This is also Christian Science Fiction, but the presence of faith and its practice are not overpowering. They are simply a very present part of the culture of Medieval Mars. Non-Christians could easily enjoy these stories. Likewise, the science in this science fiction is not overwhelming either. The good news is there is no junk science and the science that is present is accurate.
If there is anything I would have liked to have seen in these stories would have been a Martian Renaissance. There are glimpses of it with the few who understand the ancient magic as technology and an understanding by a few of the importance of literacy, but not quite enough. Perhaps this is a need for a second anthology (and since the subtitle says this is "book 1" I'm expecting a second book). Until that happens, download the book, sit back, relax, and enjoy.