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Futurevision: 20 Stories about the Future by 20 Australian Authors Delia Strange Futurevision Stories about the Future by Australian Authors Since humankind was able to imagine stories about the future both immediate and far reaching have been passed on We ask ourselves Will we as a species be able to overcome our differences and work t

  • Title: Futurevision: 20 Stories about the Future by 20 Australian Authors
  • Author: Delia Strange
  • ISBN: 9780994461469
  • Page: 435
  • Format: Paperback
  • Futurevision: 20 Stories about the Future by 20 Australian Authors Delia Strange Since humankind was able to imagine, stories about the future both immediate and far reaching have been passed on We ask ourselves Will we, as a species, be able to overcome our differences and work together Will planet Earth be salvaged or abandoned Will we be able to connect with other humans in a digital age Will we be able to recognise ourselves and our society inSince humankind was able to imagine, stories about the future both immediate and far reaching have been passed on We ask ourselves Will we, as a species, be able to overcome our differences and work together Will planet Earth be salvaged or abandoned Will we be able to connect with other humans in a digital age Will we be able to recognise ourselves and our society in twenty years time How about in fifty or a hundred Find out what twenty Australian authors have imagined and be intrigued by the differences and similarities they have in store for humankind.
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    1. This anthology of short stories has a lot of great gems in it As with most anthologies, I found that some stories worked for me and others didn t so much A couple didn t quite resolve enough for me to think of them as stories but seemed like the first chapter of a longer book However, the majority of them were satisfying and enjoyable My favourite was Nola Pass s story, which definitely drew me in I think most sci fi futuristic fans should find something in here to love and may find a new favou [...]

    2. Four stars.Although this anthology consists of stories in a genre I rarely read, I was interested to see what my online writer friends were writing so successfully.Futurevision is an entertaining collection of a variety of short stories set in the future, ranging from one in 2018 to one in 8168 At least three CWD writers had stories in this anthology Jeanette O Hagan, Nola Pass and Raelene Purtill There may be others I do not know.Stories ranged from almost everyday stories with just a few chink [...]

    3. I should say up front that I am one of the contributors to this anthology, so I m not completely unbiased However, the following comments are my honest opinions.This book is an anthology of 20 short stories by 20 Australian authors on the theme of the future I loved the wide variety of subject material advanced technology, colonisation of other worlds, pandemics, artificial intelligence, social engineering, environmental issues, and even the odd dragon It was fascinating to see how different peo [...]

    4. Futurevision edited by Delia Strange 20 Aussie authors, 20 visions of the future, 20 bite sized sci fi stories this is a great little book with big ideas One of the stories is mine but that s not why I ve given this book 5 stars It s because I loved each story and the majority of them wowed me, keeping me flicking through the pages to find out what happened next I found it impossible to stop at one, often reading 2 or 3 at a time The stories give diverse visions of the future from those that cou [...]

    5. Science fiction isn t a genre I read very often, but I found most of the stories in this book entertaining and often thought provoking One or two stories felt like cowboys and indians with tech or made the editor in me cringe, but the rest were original, well plotted and well written.

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