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Stories of a World Frozen in Time: A Turtleduck Press anthology featuring Kit Campbell, Siri Paulson, Erin Zarro, and KD Sarge. The Wasteland: After an airship crash in a land charred by summer, two very different people must learn from each other to survive.Stasis: In a world where it is eternally autumn, a lonely woman escapes to virtual reality where she can command theStories of a World Frozen in Time: A Turtleduck Press anthology featuring Kit Campbell, Siri Paulson, Erin Zarro, and KD Sarge. The Wasteland: After an airship crash in a land charred by summer, two very different people must learn from each other to survive.Stasis: In a world where it is eternally autumn, a lonely woman escapes to virtual reality where she can command the seasons. She finds her deceased husband there and refuses to leave.The Hope of Spring: When danger comes over the glacier to threaten her tribe, Shishiri fights and wins. But she can't fight the glacier itself.A Chance of Change: Spring, a time of renewal and life. It's something that should belong to everyone--isn't it?...

Title : Seasons Eternal
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ISBN : 22491559
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 128 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Seasons Eternal Reviews

  • Jon
    2018-11-14 19:09

    An excellent premise (dystopian future worlds stuck in a season) superbly executed through four varied sci fi short stories by four accomplished authors. An airship lands at a deserted farm in a barren sun scorched summer wasteland (interstellar/mad max?), a scientist in abundant spring altruistically attempts to solve the climatic issues elsewhere (westworld?), eskimos stuck on a winter glacier hunt bears, seals and whales, and worship goddesses and shrines (cloud atlas?), and a woman stranded in 100 autumns succumbs to a love story in a virtual reality cylinder (the matrix?).

  • Ken
    2018-11-05 21:57

    This collection of four stories is based on a simple premise: what would the world be like if the seasons never changed? Each story explores one season, and they tie together well despite each one using a very different approach. The lush, detailed imagery adds a realistic touch to each future world. The writing and editing quality is excellent. It would be hard to pick a favorite, but I think I enjoyed the first story (The Wasteland) the most.

  • Lire
    2018-10-29 14:55

    I really enjoyed the unique idea of this anthology and it left me pondering which season I'd chose to be stuck in. (After reading these stories--none of them!) The writing is lyrical and the stories themselves are haunting. I know I'll be thinking about them for a long time. Just excellent.

  • Erin Zarro
    2018-11-18 23:02

  • Siri Paulson
    2018-10-23 15:09