Variant Worlds 1

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Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Welcome to Variant Worlds 1. This is a collection of fantasy and science fiction ranging from short stories to novellas. In these tales, everyday people like you and I must come to grips with the strange and perilous realities that have been presented to them. Only by relying on their inner strength, their wisdom and their humanity will they forge ahead and survive. Rating: MEDIUM controversy. More

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About Raymond Towers

Greetings, reader. My pen name is Raymond Towers. Primarily, I write darker fiction in the fantasy, horror and science fiction genres, but I do dabble about in other genres as well depending on my whims. I like to think that I have a unique perspective on the world and life in general, and I tend to shake things up to break people out of their doldrums. If you want to read something 'safe,' then I'm probably not the author for you. My favorite authors are in a wide range, from Asimov, Clarke and Farmer, to King, Lovecraft and Poe, to Burroughs, Tolkien and Twain. All the big names, as that is the level I aspire to reach. I especially enjoy combining aspects you won't normally see together in fiction, and on taking the next step and reaching for the farthest, blackest edge of the abyss. The place where most other authors leave off, that is the place where I get started. The question is; are you ready for that?

About the Series: Variant Worlds
New worlds, variant worlds, beckon for you to come and explore them. These worlds are full of fantasy and science fiction. Travel through space, through jungles, into your own backyard and even into your mind. These worlds begin where your reality ends, and they will take you everywhere. In these collections of short stories, you will see, hear and smell the exotic. You will experience everything, and everything will experience you.

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Review by: Andreas Ingo on Nov. 15, 2013 :
I haven't read the entire book, only the first story "Gazing at Stars". In short: This is the best short story I ever have read! It's more than a short story, it feels like an entire life, Never have I seen such beautiful writing. It reminds me of Hermann Hesse but this was better: More creativity, more emotion, better storytelling.
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Review by: Jeanine Elizalde on March 26, 2012 :
This is a really fun book - imaginative, well-written, easy to read. The stories range from touching to just plain weird. In other words, I loved it!
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)
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