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Life is full of decision points - those key moments when what we decide can change everything for better or for worse. These 20 tales describe such instances in young people's lives, ranging from tragic to triumphant, from horror to fantasy to science fiction.
Written by authors new and old, those known for Young Adult writing and those known for Adult novels, a few new and barely known at all, these stories will make you think, make you laugh, make you feel angry, sad, determined, etc. as you examine choices and consequences and consider the many paths a life might take and think about your own.
Edited by Hugo-nominated editor Bryan Thomas Schmidt, Decision Points includes both brand new and reprint stories by award winners and best sellers such as Orson Scott Card, Lois McMaster Bujold, Robert Silverberg, Robert J. Sawyer, Kevin J. Anderson, Jody Lynn Nye, Cory Doctorow, Alethea Kontis, Jonathan Maberry, Nnedi Okorafor, Steven Gould, Mike Resnick, and more. Top authors telling great stories about life changing decisions that may well change yours.
Full list of authors includes Robert J. Sawyer, E. C. Myers, Alethea Kontis, Cory Doctorow, Rebecca Moesta, Robert Silverberg, Beth L. Cato, Lou Antonelli, Kate Corcino, Mike Resnick, K. D. McEntire, Steven Gould, and Jody Lynn Nye.
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I thought these stories were lackluster until I heard the narrator butcher my favorite short story of all time (Aftermaths by Lois McMaster Bujold). I don't know how the narrator can make such a mess and still get paid. First he pronounced McCaster not McMaster. He made other story name pronunciations inconsistent with any other reader of her stories. most importantly, he drained the life out of it. I barely wanted to finish the story even though I love the original. So then I wondered maybe the rest of these stories are actually quite good and he just butchered them all similarly.
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