Sci-Fi Stories - Mary Chapman Reviews
Description:ISBN 0237536196 / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: Mary Chapman, Alan Durant, David Orme, Gillian Philip / Paperback / Reading Level: ... more
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by - written on 21/01/10 (Very useful, 46 readings)
Much as with the crime short stories, this selection of sci-fi stories is part of the Sharp Shades series, and features four really short stories, totalling 60 pages, and all with a sci-fi theme. The crime selection was, on the whole, rather disappointing, with not only the lack of pages restricting the development, but also the stories themselves not really niggling my interest. The sci-fi stories don't really fare much better, although I would say they are marginally better than the crime stories. The first one is The Changeling, by Gillian Phillip, and is actually quite an appealing tale. Set in what appears to be the future in many ways, it shows two ... Read the complete review
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