At the Helm Volume 1

At the Helm Volume Interstellar journeys Epic battles Artificial Intelligence s longing for meaning Life as we know it ending Sci Fi Bridge is thrilled to present its first collection from bestselling authors and newly

  • Title: At the Helm Volume 1
  • Author: Rhett C.Bruno Daniel Arenson Rachel Aukes Steve Beaulieu David Bruns Jeff Carlson Jennifer Foehner Wells Robert Kroese
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 179
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Interstellar journeys Epic battles Artificial Intelligence s longing for meaning Life as we know it, ending Sci Fi Bridge is thrilled to present its first collection from bestselling authors and newly emerging writers These stories span the near and far future They transport you to worlds unknown They examine today s fears amid tomorrow s technologies From the faInterstellar journeys Epic battles Artificial Intelligence s longing for meaning Life as we know it, ending Sci Fi Bridge is thrilled to present its first collection from bestselling authors and newly emerging writers These stories span the near and far future They transport you to worlds unknown They examine today s fears amid tomorrow s technologies From the far corners of the galaxy to the inner reaches of the human heart, the exciting stories in At the Helm will thrill, inspire, and make you wonder do humans have what it takes to build a better future Or are we doomed by our own failings Foreword by Samuel Peralta Pressure by Jeff Carlson First published in Strange Horizons This Long Vigil by Rhett Bruno First published in Perihelion Science Fiction Magazine Gao Yao Engine by Rachel Aukes Brood Company by Steve Beaulieu Aaron Hall Life by Daniel Arenson I, Caroline by David Bruns Unconditional by Chris Pourteau Lara QR by Bob Mayer Carindi by Jennifer Foehner Wells Into the Dark by Robert Kroese Pete, Popeye and Olive by Jamie McFarlane Codename Delphi by Linda Nagata First appeared in Lightspeed Magazine Patchworker by M Pax Dark Space A Chance Encounter by Jasper T Scott Want to know about Sci Fi Bridge Visit our site at scifibridge and subscribe.

    One thought on “At the Helm Volume 1”

    1. Half and half.Some stories were great. The rest, not so much. So, only four stars for this collection. Sorry. Good luck with the next in the series.

    2. Couldn't put it down! Each story is a jewel, to be loved and explored.Each story was thrilling, or scary, or chilling, or exciting, oryou get the drift? I never wanted a story to end, then it ended and I was sad until I started the next, got pulled in, and it started all over again! I've already gotten the next anthology in this series, so I must start it immediately.

    3. The first few of these stories had the protagonist kill themselves in a sacrifice for the good of others. I began to wonder if that's what "At the Helm" meant. Later stories felt less depressing, but none were truly inspiring. But for lightweight entertainment, this is your book.

    4. 🌟🌟🌟🌟⭐A great selection of sci-fi stories, some connected to series and some standalone. I enjoyed each and every one, and have found some new authors too. As a bonus it is extremely well edited!

    5. Uneven but worthwhileAs you'd expect from an anthology of work by mostly new ( to me anyway) authors it was a bit uneven with a couple of stories not worth the effort and one more prelude than anything. But others on their own well worth the tiny cost of the collection.

    6. A disappointing collection of stories although, as I obtained it free of charge by signing up to a newsletter, it was hardly poor value for money! Whilst there were some good stories, few of them did anything for me.

    7. This is a nice collection of short sci-fi stories. I was familiar with a few of the authors, and enjoyed meeting new ones. At the Helm is worth the time it takes to read.

    8. Good quick readSome interesting short stories. Nice to have author bios and links to their websites. Enjoyed a couple stories enough to buy novels by those authors.

    9. A collection of short stories that is a pretty quick read. Some stand out as great while others I could just skim through. I am looking forward to see what volume 2 brings.

    10. Solid compilationA good variety of stories. Some I really liked and ordered books from some of the authors not known to me which is the basis of the anthology.

    11. What a cool and cheap way to try different scifi authors. Some of the stories are longer and some shorter then others. Some I really liked while others were ok. I loved trying out a few new authors though. Some I would even go try some of their other work. Few were futuristic while others more scifi alternative world stories. Just a fun anthology to read. Well worth reading!

    12. At The Helm is a short story anthology from author Rhett C. Bruno. One of, if not the best short stories Bruno has ever written is in this volume, This Long Vigil. There are also stories by Jasper T. Scott, Jennifer Wells, Jeff Carlson, Daniel Arenson and more. I had already read 2 or 3 of these stories, but I decided to get the book anyways because pretty much without exception I would read anything that Jen Wells, M. Pax, Rhett Bruno and Jasper Scott write. And actually, it was good to get re- [...]

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