The Starry Rift by Sharyn November

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Truly successful science fiction does two things: it gives a credible glimpse into the future while entertaining the reader. With this in mind, noted anthologist Jonathan Strahan asked sixteen of today?s most inventive, compelling writers to look past the horizon of the present day. From spaceships, to suburbia, simulated gaming worlds, dealing with cloning, battle tactics, or corporate politics, the stories of The Starry Rift will give every reader something to consider.


 

About Sharyn November

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Jonathan Strahan lives in Perth, Australia.
 
Published April 17, 2008 by Firebird. 544 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Young Adult, Literature & Fiction, Children's Books. Fiction

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This compendium of short stories springs from a wonderful premise: Encourage young readers to open up their imaginations to science fiction with tales told by some of the leading writers of the genre.

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At the same time, many science fiction readers, and writers, have bemoaned the fact that hardly anyone seems to be writing the kind of stories that lured them into science fiction when they were young.

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This is a story with a Message, not unlike Little Brother , but also like Little Brother , Doctorow’s skill at telling the story cautioning potential personal health issues related to extensive online gaming makes the story just that, a good story.

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