There Comes a Time

There Comes a Time Return to classic scifi with these shorts about time travel future Earth interplanetary exploration Mars colonies strange new subterranean life forms and other futuristic weird and horrific tales

  • Title: There Comes a Time
  • Author: J.J. Green
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 124
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Return to classic scifi with these shorts about time travel, future Earth, interplanetary exploration, Mars colonies, strange new subterranean life forms and other futuristic, weird and horrific tales Previously published in Lamplight, Perihelion and Thrills and Mystery Podcast, stories include There Comes a Time Corporal Elliot, the first Future Soldier, has only one miReturn to classic scifi with these shorts about time travel, future Earth, interplanetary exploration, Mars colonies, strange new subterranean life forms and other futuristic, weird and horrific tales Previously published in Lamplight, Perihelion and Thrills and Mystery Podcast, stories include There Comes a Time Corporal Elliot, the first Future Soldier, has only one mission to find out why humanity will be wiped off the face of the Earth But time isn t on her side The Last Days of Duane Dayton Brutal murderer Duane Dayton waits on Death Row for his second and final execution, hoping for a quick end His new technician has other ideas Breathing Space In the deepest cave ever entered by human beings, Collins searches for the body of a lost caver But there s something strange about a colleague of the deceased, and the patches on the cave walls she s investigating Collins must figure out the mystery if he s to get out alive Never in Fear Fly to the Woods For the first colony on Perseverance to survive, Robert has to overcome his grief and fear.

    One thought on “There Comes a Time”

    1. I'm not big on short stories, I always come away wanting morebut this is easily the second best single- author selection of short stories I've ever come across (my favourite is still Isobelle Carmody's Green Monkey Dreams).The title story was my favourite in the collection. Green's writing is just effortlessly evocative, beautiful style. Some concepts I liked more than others, but I enjoyed all of the stories.

    2. This is several short stories in one book. Some of them were a little confusing for me and require more story to "get it" but others were very good. I enjoyed the first story, which is named after this whole book. "Tread Lightly" was one of the stories I found needed more story for it to make more sense. "The Last Days of Duane Dayton" was told well and was easy to picture. I like this book because the short stories means you can pick it up and put it down as needed without forgetting what the b [...]

    3. I enjoyed all of the stories in this collection, and I felt that a few of them could have been developed into novels. The first story was my absolute favorite, and I would have loved to read an extended version of it. The ideas were fresh, and the writing was descriptive. The only reason this book did not earn five stars is because I encountered a few grammar issues that took me out of the stories.

    4. Very interestingI really enjoyed the short stories in this collection. Each one is different and gives you something to think about. Looking forward to seeing what else this author has written, hopefully his books are as good as these were.

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