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Twelve science fiction stories featuring great adventure with a twist of faith. Infinite Space, Infinite God II spans the gamut of science fiction, from near-future dystopias to time travel to space opera, puzzles of logic to laugh-out-loud humor and against-the-clock suspense. A great read for any science fiction fan; a must-read for those seeking something new in their fiction,

  • The Ghosts of Kourion by Andrew Seddon: A grieving professor escapes back in time to live among a doomed people.
  • Antivenin by Karina Fabian: Rescue Sister Rita takes on a ship full of venomous snakes in order to save a friend.
  • An Exercise in Logic by Barton Paul Levenson: How do you convince an infuriatingly logical race to stop an asteroid?
  • Cathedral by Tamara Wilhite: A genetically engineered human spends the last of her tortured days righting her wrongs.
  • Otherworld by Karina Fabian: Does sin really count when it's virtual?
  • The Battle of the Narthex by Alex Lobdell: An alien battle in a most unusual setting--tickles the funny bone and touches the heart!
  • Tenniel by Colleen Drippe': The battle for souls becomes a battle to the death.
  • Tin Servants by J Sherer: In order to serve his people, Paul becomes an android--but can he really care for them as a tin servant?
  • Basilica by John Rundle: Caprizo battles machines and thwarts an enemy armada to keep a doomsday weapon from their hands
  • Cloned to Kill by D. Mak: How can a man of peace protect a clone designed to kill?
  • Frankie Phones Home by Karina Fabian: A sixteen-year-old alien abductee calls her family on the way back for official First Contact.
  • Dyads by Ken Pick and Alan Loewen: Enter the fascinating culture of the Thalendri in a story of intrigue, terrorism and religious tolerance.


Available on Amazon.com in paperback and Kindle.

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eric_hinkle
Nov. 19th, 2010 12:52 am (UTC)
Wait, I thought I already commented on this...?

In any event, the book is also available through the Barnes & Noble site. I don't know if you want to edit that info in.

And may I use your entry here to help shill the book on my LJ? Ken said the fiction in it has a very 60's-70's "Analog" tone to it, and several of the folks cmmenting on my LJ are of an age to enjoy those sort of stories.
(Anonymous)
Nov. 19th, 2010 04:03 pm (UTC)
This is Ken.

We're not SMeyers. We Need All The Publicity We Can Muster.

SHILL THE BOOK!
SHILL THE BOOK!
SHILL THE BOOK!
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