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- Print Length: 196 pages
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- Publisher: Science Fiction Romance Brigade (May 25, 2016)
- Publication Date: May 25, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01G7RXDY4
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Portals: Volume Two Kindle Edition
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Of the Portals I have experienced, this one had the least amount of stories I wanted to go further on. Too many felt like knockoffs of existing stories instead of taking an idea and creating a new world. For example An Android is okay by not if I immediately see Data or the Terminator.
The ten stories are:
Trapped by Alison Aimer - Scientific team crashlands on prison planet. Not to my taste at the moment; sometimes this would intrigue me but not this week.
Alien Blood by Melisse Aires - Survivor meets sci-fi romance. Solid characters right from the start. Picked up sample.
Stranded with the Cyborg by Cara Bristol - Nice strong personalities and their history together made me pick up the sample.
The Pilot by Diane Burton - Both hero and heroine are acting way too stupid (and they admit they may be acting stupid!), plus a total Spock knockoff for co-pilot. Ugh.
Stark Pleasure by Cathryn Cade - Rich man takes poor woman away from all this. Nope.
Liberation's Kiss by Wendy Lynn Clark - Android assassin with an average girl did not thrill me.
The Champion of Baresh by Susan Grant - Looks interesting, but too close to a Star Wars knockoff for my taste at the moment.
To Buy a Wife by KC Klein - Nope. Just nope.
Alien Attachments by Sabine Preistley - Very nice opening. Picked up the sample.
Earthbound Passion by Jody Wallace - A parody of the science fiction romance genre. I've run into these things before and I know some people love them. This one seems to follow the other attempts of this form of humor. Ummm, not a form I get.
So three of the ten made me look at the sample, but for the first time I had more than one "nope". And the whole thing lacks the amazing diversity I found in Portals Volume 1. Great series of tasters, this one is just not as good as most.