Total Conflict

Eighteen stories of strife and mayhem from some of the biggest names in Science Fiction Tales of humanity pushed to its limits, of striving, ingenuity, brilliance, desperate action, violence, and resolution, Eighteen tales of Conflict, of Science Fiction at its absolute best Contents 1 Introduction Ian Whates 2 The Wake Dan Abnett 3 Psi.Copath Andy Remic 4 UEighteen stories of strife and mayhem from some of the biggest names in Science Fiction Tales of humanity pushed to its limits, of striving, ingenuity, brilliance, desperate action, violence, and resolution, Eighteen tales of Conflict, of Science Fiction at its absolute best Contents 1 Introduction Ian Whates 2 The Wake Dan Abnett 3 Psi.Copath Andy Remic 4 Unaccounted Lauren Beukes 5 The New Ships Gareth L Powell 6 The Harvest Kim Lakin Smith 7 The War Artist Tony Ballantyne 8 Proper Little Soldier Martin McGrath 9 The Maker s Mark Michael Cobley 10 Brwydr Am Ryddid Stephen Palmer 11 Occupation Colin Harvey 12 Sussed Keith Brooke 13 The Soul of the Machine Eric Brown 14 Extraordinary Rendition Steve Longworth 15 The Legend of Sharrock Philip Palmer 16 The Cuisinart Effect Neal Asher 17 The Ice Submarine Adam Roberts 18 War Without End Una McCormack 19 Welcome Home, Janissary Tim C Taylor
Total Conflict Eighteen stories of strife and mayhem from some of the biggest names in Science Fiction Tales of humanity pushed to its limits of striving ingenuity brilliance desperate action violence and reso

  • Title: Total Conflict
  • Author: Neal Asher Dan Abnett Lauren Beukes Andy Remic Tim C. Taylor Ian Whates
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 299
  • Format: Kindle Edition
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    1. Total Conflict, Ian Whates,Ed.- This Anthology of Military Science Fiction comes in a cut above the pack with some original stories from a group of solid professional writers. Neal Asher visits his "Cowl" universe in The Cuisinart Effect, a hair-raising romp through a cityscape populated by dinosaurs. Adam Roberts takes us under Antarctica for The Ice Submarine, possibly the seed for his fantastic novel Twenty Trillion Leagues Under The Sea, and an epic journey of discovery. Lot's more talent he [...]

    2. Thought I'd never see the dayIt's been my experience that most anthologies of newer sci-fi are are usually bunch of crapubly so when it comes to KU. This one I'm happy to say has a majority of great stories.I highly recommend this book!!!

    3. An interesting mix of action-packed short stories. In terms of great prose Unaccounted by Lauren Beukes and The War Artist by Tony Ballantyne definitely steal the show. The rest of the stories range from mediocre to solid.

    4. Average military SFA very mixed bag of combat based short stories, its OK in places but by no means an essential purchase

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