Heaven's Mountain

Rated 3.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Part of an anthology of space elevator stories limited to 4,000 words.

Irena Dem has been offered a free ticket on the first space elevator. She's not sure why; but the situation is critical and – even more curious – the World Space Agency didn't summon her to the meeting. They came to her. She's not sure about that either. But one thing Irena is very sure of: Nothing in life is free. More

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About JJ Alleson

I'm a multi-genre writer based in London. Writing is always a learner's craft as well as the freest form of expression, and I hope my still evolving imagination brings something new to yours.

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Review by: James Jenkins on Oct. 16, 2014 :
Not overly good or bad. Some attempt to generate a believable space elevator technology but to given the attempt to make it scientifically plausible and the big empty space where the hard scientific fiction would go, that did not work for me.

The plot has several logical issues, seems like this is supposed to be the first ride of the elevator but so much is just wrong in putting the plot together.

The concept and ideas behind the story are good, but development was poorly executed. I will give the author another try, hopefully the next work is better.
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Review by: A. Ramsey on Oct. 09, 2014 :
Enjoyed the development of the characters with flashbacks and backgrounds. Imagery was very well done, drew similes to commonly known items which gave look, feel, and scent. Great short story. I personally liked the more rapid progression of plot. Would suggest some light edits from a professional. Thanks for your story.
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