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Man Against the Future: 17 Topflight Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror Yarns. #2020

Man Against the Future Topflight Science Fiction Fantasy and Horror Yarns Bryan Young sensational author of Lost at the Con brings his dark visions of the future the past and worlds never seen all in one stunning collection Enter and be transported from alien battlefie

  • Title: Man Against the Future: 17 Topflight Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror Yarns.
  • Author: Bryan Young
  • ISBN: 9780615489506
  • Page: 234
  • Format: Paperback
  • Man Against the Future: 17 Topflight Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror Yarns. By Bryan Young, Bryan Young, sensational author of Lost at the Con, brings his dark visions of the future, the past, and worlds never seen, all in one stunning collection Enter and be transported from alien battlefields and the post apocalypse to the very gates of heaven and back

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    1 thought on “Man Against the Future: 17 Topflight Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror Yarns.

    1. I got this through Goodread s first reads giveaways.First of all, let me say that all together this is a pretty brilliant collection I didn t care for the first story, and I was thinking it was pretty weak to be the first one But other than that, enjoyed it, a lot Here s a bit on my favorite stories A Simple Country Murder Late Term Abortion I like these two as two sides of the same coin.A Peculiar Constitutional It s about a talking, intelligent cat All that needs to be said.The Flight of Angel [...]

    2. WOW What an eclectic collection There truly is something for everyone here Sci fi, Horror, Fantasy, Romance, YA Lit, you name it.It s hard to believe that one person wrote all these stories, but he did Mr Young truly is the master of switching voices I really like about 1 2 the stories, disliked about 1 4 of the stories, and positively adored and hope he turns them into full length novels another 1 4 of the stories And yes, he managed to make me weep on last story Simply beautiful.

    3. This is a train wreck of poorly executed hyperbole Unnecessarily political and the author beats his ideas into your head with a brick There is barely any substance I d recommend the author learn the definition of subtlety.

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