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An anthology of five short sci-fi stories set in space, featuring a story from The Quest for Truth galaxy: "Davey and the Mech".
Authors and titles included in this anthology:
Brock Eastman - "Davey and the Mech"
Elissa Peterson - "Galactic Games"
Ann Elizabeth Hirshberg - "Saving Jangolin"
Jack Hayes - "Silencing Void"
J.L. Ender - "The Rocket Game"
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- Cathrine Bonham
Science fiction short stories
This is an anthology of five science fiction stories. some are short, some are a little longer.
The first story is my favorite, it's about a queen who takes in an Orphan and together they save a planet.
Story two is about boy with no memories who has to fight his way through a deadly arena. I enjoyed it, kept me guessing right till the end.
The third story featured a young soldier returning to the place he lost his mother. Can he find out what really happened to her? I don't hate this story, but I still have questions.
The fourth story gave me serious hunger games vibes. It's like the super clean version that emphasizes team work and sportsmanship instead of brutal murder.
Story four is really enjoyable. I recommend it if you want more hunger games action without the violence.
The last story is a biblical retelling. I'll let you guess which Bible story it is. It does however do a great job of translating the biblical story in to a futuristic setting.
All of the stories are brilliantly performed by LC Kane. She does make different voices for each character and she has a very soothing voice.
- Mama Bethany
A worthy listen
Some stories were better than others, but worth the listen!
We were eager to read Davy and the Mech because we love the Quest for Truth series. It's a good story, pretty much the same as David and Goliath but extremely high tech.
I enjoyed Saving Jangolin -- a good redemptive sci-fi story for tweens.
Thanks so much to Brock Eastman who gifted this audiobook to us during the Covid 19 quarantine.