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A Consortium of Worlds #2

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A Consortium of Worlds is your window into Consortium Books’s outstanding stable of speculative fiction authors. A Consortium of Worlds is a showcase of new and innovative voices in all types of fiction from a publisher dedicated to allowing every writer his or her own voice. There are no slaves to trends or what’s-hot lists here, only writers imagining newer and brighter ...more
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Published February 19th 2012 by Consortium Books
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Becca Campbell
Apr 10, 2012 Becca Campbell rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
The writers of the Consortium have a thing for super powers and it especially shows up here in the second volume of A Consortium of Worlds. Even better than the first edition, this collection of short stories delves into alternate worlds where unexpected things happen. Genetically-altered superhumans, immortal strangers, and thriving super villains are a few of the things you'll encounter, in addition to a couple of mysterious fantasy tales. Don't miss this great e-book.
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Mar 19, 2012 Aaron Pogue rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
This collection has a slightly darker feel than #1, and it's richer for it. I particularly enjoyed Joshua Unruh's experiment at mimicking a Rolling Stone interview format to tell a superhero story.
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Courtney Cantrell was born in Texas and grew up in Germany. At age 12, she penned her first novel: a one-page murder mystery. (The gardener did it.) By age 17, she had finished two full-length sci-fi novels.

After earning her bachelor’s degree in English/Writing from Oklahoma Christian University, Courtney worked as a missionary in Germany for six years. She then returned to Oklahoma City to begin
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