Lost On The Moon: And Other Tales Of Science Fiction
From award-winning author Brendan DuBois comes this breathtaking collection of 11 science fiction stories, exploring time, space and our possible futures. More
"I read everything Brendan DuBois writes. Science fiction, fantasy, mystery, it doesn't matter. He's one of the best." --- Kristine Kathryn Rusch, Hugo award-winning author
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From award-winning author Brendan DuBois comes this unique collection of eleven tales of science fiction, including:
"Lost On The Moon": Boy Scout Jake Tanner is out on the surface of the Moon, working to earn his Merit Badge in Lunar Orienteering. But a broken radio and a simple mistake leaves him lost on the harsh lunar surface, with less than an hour of air remaining...
"The Cross of God": A medieval German knight from the Crusades time travels to the future, where he is shaken to the core by seeing what has happened to his religion's symbol of God.
"The Unplug War": The vicious and destructive war between Man and computer is over, and Mankind is victorious. But one man is uncertain that the war is really over.
"God, No Matter How You Spell It": The Hanoi Flu is spreading across the globe, with a mortality rate approaching 99 percent. But in a remote government laboratory in Maine, a desperate race is underway to make sure intelligent life on Earth is not extinguished.
Plus seven other tales of our possible future, good or bad.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Brendan DuBois of New Hampshire is the award-winning author of sixteen novels and more than 120 short stories. His novel, "Resurrection Day," won the Sidewise Award for Best Alternative History Novel of the Year.
He is also a one-time "Jeopardy!" gameshow champion.
His short fiction has appeared in Playboy, The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine, Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine, and numerous other magazines and anthologies including “The Best American Mystery Stories of the Century,” published in 2000 by Houghton-Mifflin. Another one of his short stories appeared in in "The Year's Best Science Fiction 22nd Annual Collection" (St. Martin's Griffin, 2005) edited by Gardner Dozois
His short stories have twice won him the Shamus Award from the Private Eye Writers of America, and have also earned him three Edgar Allan Poe Award nominations from the Mystery Writers of America. Visit his website at www.BrendanDuBois.com.