Watch out - the Earth just fell into a dark sun's orbit! Or maybe you'd rather visit a theme park called Hell? These are just two of the strange and unnerving tales you'll find in this collection of great science fiction and fantasy stories. Take your imagination into futuristic and mystical worlds where gravity can kill and humans become walking biochip labs. See the world through the eyes of a four-legged creature in Susan Shwartz's "Critical Cats", and meet an electronic storyteller in Isaac Asimov's "Someday".The other stories include Greg Bear's "Blood Music," Ben Bova's "The Man Who Hated Gravity", Arthur C. Clarke's "Breaking Strain", Fritz Leiber's "A Pail of Air", Kristine Kathryn Rusch's "Sing" and "Story Child", Dan Simmons's "Vanni Fucci Is Alive and Well and Living in Hell", Connie Willis's "Ado", and Jane Yolen's "Green Messiah."More
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An enjoyable colleciton
I thought this was a good collection of stories, even a bit unsettling at times. There's a good variety and a lot of stories I didn't think I'd like that I ended up quite enjoying. The narration is superb, with a special mention to "Blood Music" which was done so well that is sort of messed me up for the day.
The formatting of the stories is odd, I don't think the Audible chapters line up with the chapters of the story, and there's this weird spooky interlude music that makes it feel like an audio drama. It's not that a big a deal but still worth mentioning. Not sure if I would have been happy paying a full credit for it but I had a £5 voucher and for that the book was a steal.
- Kindle Customer