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Engines of Life: Tales of Evolution

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Six piercing novellas and novelettes of philosophical science fiction, lovingly crafted by a prize-winning author to provoke and arouse.

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Kindle Edition, 226 pages
Published July 7th 2013 by Greyhart Press
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Sarah Briggs
Jul 26, 2013 Sarah Briggs rated it liked it
(I received this book for free as part of Greyhart Press' '' offer).

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This review is written on a story-by-story basis:

The Curator:- An interesting story that made me think of what it would really mean if someone lived forever, apart from outliving their family and friends. I think immortality is something a lot of people, on some level or another, desire - but what if that wish was granted, yet the whole world changed around them? Then, too
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Having shared space in several SF anthologies with well-known authors such as Stephen Baxter, Neil Gaiman, Ian Watson, Charles Stross, Brian Stableford, Liz Williams, Ken Macleod, Pat Cadigan, Adam Roberts, Sarah Pinborough and more, Andy was encouraged to strike out on his own and had an SF novel released in April 2012: 'The Outcast and the
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