Read Elsewhere in the Middle of Eternity by Phil Giunta Daniel Patrick Corcoran Michael Critzer Melissa Carta Miller Susanna Reilly Stuart S. Roth April Welles Steven H. Wilson Online

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In eternity, all stories are timeless. Visit a dystopian future where the wealthy reside on high-speed trains-or risk certain death... Board a space station with a team of scientists as they discover a terrifying lifeform on a remote planet... Join the Army Rangers as they confront the deadly aftermath of a mythical creature in the sands of the Middle East... Travel to IreIn eternity, all stories are timeless. Visit a dystopian future where the wealthy reside on high-speed trains-or risk certain death... Board a space station with a team of scientists as they discover a terrifying lifeform on a remote planet... Join the Army Rangers as they confront the deadly aftermath of a mythical creature in the sands of the Middle East... Travel to Ireland where an ancient artifact regenerates severed limbs while healing old family wounds... Hit the beach with two teenagers as they track down the owner of a mysterious bracelet and find the true meaning of love... Journey from Earth to the stars with your tour guides Daniel Patrick Corcoran, Michael Critzer, Phil Giunta, Melissa Carta Miller, Susanna Reilly, Stuart S. Roth, April Welles, Steven H. Wilson, and Lance Woods. All aboard as we take you Elsewhere in the Middle of Eternity!...

Title : Elsewhere in the Middle of Eternity
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ISBN : 9780977385188
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 282 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Elsewhere in the Middle of Eternity Reviews

  • Christopher Ochs
    2018-09-19 18:58

    I enjoyed a half-dozen stories in this anthology.Making Tracks, Steven H. Wilson; The Willow Tree, Stuart S. Roth; Life and Limb, Phil Giunta; Tree of Love, Susanna Reilly; The Hard Place, Daniel Patrick Corcoran; Working the System, Phil Giunta;Three of the above tales were rollicking 'couldn't-put-it-down' stories with all the goods: excellent characters, enthralling plot/story and narrative, with conclusions that would do Rod Serling proud.On the flip side, this collection had its share of klunkers, making this offering in the Eternity series, on the whole, less enjoyable than the previous (at least for this reader). Five stories had flaws that broke their own spell, popping me out of the "Enjoyment" zone into the "Task" zone --a pastiche of paranormal emotion with little plot, sense of conflict or suspense;historical errors that deflated an otherwise roaring good story;a colorless journalistic style that made me not care about the protagonists;a diary plot device that contained lengthy meticulous detail incredulously written over the space of a few heartbeats;and the dreaded info dump.

  • Phil Giunta
    2018-09-25 18:05