Bridge Across the Stars Lib/E: A Sci-Fi Bridge Original Anthology Audio CD – Import, 24 July 2018
About the Author
David VanDyke is a Hugo Award and Dragon Award finalist and the bestselling author of the Plague Wars, Stellar Conquest, and Galactic Liberation sci-fi adventure series, which have sold more than 300,000 copies to date. He is coauthor of B. V. Larson's million-selling Star Force series, Books 10, 11, and 12. He's a retired U.S. military officer, veteran of two branches of the armed forces, and has served in several combat zones. He lives with his wife and dogs near Tucson, Arizona.
Craig Martelle is the bestselling author or coauthor of numerous books, including the Darklanding, Free Trader, and End Times Alaska series.
Patty Jansen is the author of the Ambassador series and the Icefire and Moonfire trilogies. She lives in Sydney, Australia.
Chris Dietzel is a graduate of Western Maryland College (McDaniel College). He currently lives in Florida. His dream is to write the same kind of stories that have inspired him over the years. His short stories have been featured in Temenos, Foliate Oak, and Down in the Dirt. His novels have been required reading at the university level, been featured on the Authors on the Air radio network, and been turned into critically acclaimed audiobooks by Podium Publishing.
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- ASIN : B08ZBMQYMP
- Publisher : Tantor Audio; Unabridged edition (24 July 2018)
- Language : English
- ISBN-13 : 979-8200420148
- Customer Reviews:
Top reviews from other countries
In this novel there are seventeen stories covering much of what we consider to be science fiction and as you would expect not everyone hit the mark but each reader takes something different from each story which is where an eclectic mix of styles/stories pays off.
"As the Sparks Fly Upward" by David VanDyke is an excellent opening to the anthology with its mix of military scifi and a deeper look into humanity (in any form) while Guardians of Earth by Felix R. Savage was highly entertaining with the look at a purely fantastically future of mankind driven from Earth as our sun got eaten by "void dragons" and a young boys secret kept until a chain of unexpected events. The Trenches of Centauri Prime by Craig Martelle had me laughing as it tied together human history of war in a far flung setting but the attitudes of the footsoldier (any species) not having changed one iota. Further stories cover the birth of AI, Space Pirates, Humanities spread across the galaxy and the end of life on Earth.
Overall every story gave me some pleasure and selecting a few to mention seems unfair but that's the way it was meant to be, a great anthology and well worth picking up.