To Dance Amongst The Stars

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A long time from now in a galaxy we call home... It is the twenty-third century and humanity has settled where distant suns blaze in the sky. Yet for all the marvels of these modern worlds, life for many is far from a wondrous fairytale. It is supposed to be the season of goodwill! A collection of the 'prequel' seasonal short stories from the space-opera worlds of the Hollow Moon series. More

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About Steph Bennion

Steph Bennion is a writer, musician and part-time Westminster civil servant, born and bred in the Black Country but now living in Hastings after finally escaping the black hole of London. Her stories are written as a reaction to the dearth of alternative heroes amidst bookshelves swamped by tales of the supernatural, not that there’s nothing wrong with a bit of fantasy now and again. HOLLOW MOON, the first novel in her space-opera tales of mystery and adventure, was published in 2012. CITY OF DECEIT is the third, with more to come. Under the name Stephanie M Bennion, she has written speculative fiction for older readers. Her last novel was THE LUCK OF THE DEVIL, a tale of supernatural transgender angst in 1990s Ireland, published in 2018. The time-travelling romp THE BATTLES OF HASTINGS, a novella inspired by her adopted town and the 950th anniversary of the event that shaped the British Isles today, was published in 2016.

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About the Series: Hollow Moon
THE WORLDS OF HOLLOW MOON, tales of space-opera mystery and adventure for young adults and adults young-at-heart, where humanity has learned to cross the cosmos and reach the nearby stars.

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James Jenkins reviewed on Sep. 4, 2016
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I am not the audience for this book, I tried byt stopped about 25% of the way in. An very original retelling of Cinderella, but the setting was too unfamiliar to me, I was not able to relate to it,so felt lost.
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Chris Bullock reviewed on Jan. 19, 2012

A future version of a classic fairy tale. Very well written and easy to read, but even though the story is familiar there are many interesting twists and turns that will bring a smile to your face.
The only minor criticism that I could make is that, for me, it ended a little too quickly - I would have liked an expanded ending.
I will certainly look forward to reading more of the authors stories - and possibly using a similar basis - more future fairy stories.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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