Spectacular Tales

Spectacular Tales The Indie Collaboration Presents A thrilling anthology of short stories by some of the rising stars in independent publishing In this collection we bring you a ship s locker full of great Science Fict

  • Title: Spectacular Tales
  • Author: ChrisRaven A.L. Butcher Donny Swords Kristina M. Blasen AlanHardy
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 346
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Indie Collaboration Presents A thrilling anthology of short stories by some of the rising stars in independent publishing In this collection we bring you a ship s locker full of great Science Fiction and Fantasy There are tales about beautiful princesses and cunning thieves, intergalactic wars, cosmic energy beings, warriors and rocketship pilots.So strap on your jetThe Indie Collaboration Presents A thrilling anthology of short stories by some of the rising stars in independent publishing In this collection we bring you a ship s locker full of great Science Fiction and Fantasy There are tales about beautiful princesses and cunning thieves, intergalactic wars, cosmic energy beings, warriors and rocketship pilots.So strap on your jet pack and grab your broadsword and come join us in exploring these Spectacular Tales.The Contents Rocketships of BRASS by Chris RavenThe House of Treasure by A.L Butcher By Adam BigdenSparks by Donny SwordsDino s Papers by Alan HardyA Hard Day s Night by Raymond FosterNova Habitat 404 by Kristina M BlasenThe Secret Kitchen by A L Butcher

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    1. I won this book from First ReadersThis is a great little book. I'm usually not a fan of short stories, and I'm picky about my sci-fi but I enjoyed this collection. I did read the majority of them, I skipped a couple I didn't think I would be into (space) but I loved the fantasy stories and found some new authors to look into for future reading Thanks !

    2. I won this book in a giveaway. My favourite stories in this anthology were "The App", "A Hard Day's Night" and especially "Dino's Paper". Most of the stories were witty, which is good because sci-fi without humour is usually dry.

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