Cracking the Sky

Cracking the Sky Award winning author Brenda Cooper s first science fiction only collection treats readers to human stories about the future Meet a physicist who searches across timelines in a desperate attempt to tra

  • Title: Cracking the Sky
  • Author: Brenda Cooper
  • ISBN: 9781933846507
  • Page: 201
  • Format: Paperback
  • Award winning author Brenda Cooper s first science fiction only collection treats readers to human stories about the future Meet a physicist who searches across timelines in a desperate attempt to travel across them herself, a young woman who tried to re cover the magic of a trip on a river with her grandfather, a young couple who suspect their neighbor child is being raiAward winning author Brenda Cooper s first science fiction only collection treats readers to human stories about the future Meet a physicist who searches across timelines in a desperate attempt to travel across them herself, a young woman who tried to re cover the magic of a trip on a river with her grandfather, a young couple who suspect their neighbor child is being raised by robots, and many HUMAN FUTURESPART ONEThe ROBOT S GIRLSAVANT SONGSRIDING in MEXICOThe WAR of the FLOWERSTRAINER of WHALESSTAR of HUMANITYMY FATHER S SINGULARITYPART TWOThe TRELLISSECOND SHIFTBLOOD BONDSPART THREEThe HEBRAS and the DEMONS and the DAMNEDThe STREET of ALL DESIGNSPART FOURMY GRANDFATHER S RIVERTEA with JILLIANFOR the LOVE of MECHANICAL MINDSENTROPY and EMERGENCEALIEN GRAVEYARDSA HAND and HONORMIND EXPEDITIONSPART FIVEFOR the LOVE of METAL DOGSCRACKING the SKY

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    1. Slurp. Gale force winds outside the hotel room but warm and cozy inside with a book. With any collection of short stories some appeal to you more than others. I am pretty happy with some of these and was able to forgive the mildly unsatisfying ones.

    2. Stunning collection. It’s set up in sections: “Future Earth,” “Space,” “Stories From Freemont’s Children,” “Short and to the point,” and “Military Science Fiction.”Every last one of the stories in “Future Earth” is amazing. It’s hard to choose a “best of,” but I would have to say I’d lay money on “Savant’s Songs,” the tale of an elderly female physicist who tries to reach another dimension. The section also has a stories of a young girl whose guardians a [...]

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