Published: Oct. 03, 2011
Words: 24,085 (approximate)
A six-pack of Science and Speculative fiction stories. Meet aliens from other worlds and other dimensions. Some are friendly, and some... Well, just imagine how many dark alleys there might be in outer space.
Ever wonder why that one game you hoped to watch on ESPN didn't show up *when* and exactly *as* promised? There could be a host of reasons. One in particular stands out in "Channel Zero," just one of the six attention-grabbing tales in this collection by award winning tale spinner, Josh Langston.
Tired of the same-old, same-old bug-eyed monsters? Take a gander at "Symbiote," one possible answer to the eternal question of what goes bump (Slither? Slurp?) in the night. (With apologies to Marvel Comics. It's a whole new ballgame, folks!)
Or maybe you're looking for something a little more Earth-centric. Perhaps something with an heroic theme. Try "Hardguys" which gives an entirely new meaning to what it means to be brought back from the dead....
"Dancing Among the Stars" is a collection with a little something for everyone: at the very least, six never-before-published short stories from a master writer you're going to love.
, fantasy action adventure fiction novel epic romance magic dragons elves unicorns war law legal reform
, romance and technology
, fiction and science fiction short stories
, aliens extraterrestrials planets scifi syfy starvation space starving horror cannibal
, family friendship friends children ocean
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on Dec. 15, 2012 :
I love how the author's voice shines through in these stories. Such unique ideas and language ("troll squeeze"?) that either make me think or chuckle, or both. A treat!
(reviewed the day of purchase)