Tales from the Universe: Ten Amazing Stories from Tomorrow
DescriptionTen new voices in the world of science fiction cast their minds open wide and bring forth visions of tomorrow. Science fiction stories that deal with love, and fear, hope and despair, the ugliness of mankind and its beauty. Tales that reach to the farthest edge of the galaxy, and that face startling futures right here on Earth. These ten stories deal with artificial intelligences, cloning, aliens, war, peace and humanity's place in it all. We give you Tales From The Universe.In The Devout Atheist, Daniel M Bensen explores a world where faith and science have taken very different paths.Rob Edwards brings the world of Agatha Christie into the future in his tale of murder and artificial intelligence, Upgrade To Murder.Memory proves both the most precious and the most dangerous thing in R.H.Nelson's Suliko, while in Dead In Space, Matthew Harvey follows a rescue mission to a ship where a singular cry for help has gone out.In The Familiar Road, Pedro Camelo discusses love - when all may not be as it seems, and in Cosmic Egg, Ricardo Victoria launches us into a world of space fantasy, where the impossible is real.Brian S Converse brings matters back to Earth, a very... Small World in his tale of loyalties, and Brent A Harris pays homage to the soaring science fiction of the likes of Star Trek in his tale The Ellian Convergence.Leo McBride brings us a military sci-fi tale of clones fighting on the edge of the galaxy in Lazarus Soldiers, before Jessica Holmes rounds out the collection with a discovery that could change people's lives, somewhere Deep In The Rock.
August 14, 2017
6.0 X 0.39 X 9.0 inches | 0.57 pounds
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About the Author
Daniel M. Bensen was born in Chicago and has since lived in Maine, California, Montana, Japan, and Boston. He writes alternate history, science fiction, and fantasy-usually with kissing, always with a bibliography. His work includes Junction, the Sidewise Award-winning short story "Treasure Fleet," and the novella Petrolea.