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Mythik Imagination #1

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Mythik Imagination #1 is a collection of three sci-fi short stories from the mythik imagination of Jon Mac. "Mythik" tales are sci-fi and fantasy stories in the spirit of the old pulp magazines of the 30s and 40s, but with a modern twist. So sit back, relax, and enjoy some astounding tales beyond belief:

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Kindle Edition, 45 pages
Published May 30th 2011 (first published May 25th 2011)
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Frida Fantastic (book blogger)
Mythik Imagination #1 is a set of whimsical shorts that are as far removed as possible from hard sci-fi. It’s best described as “pulp sci-fi” with its use of psychic powers and futuristic settings… including a story set during WWII, of course.

The stories are easy to get into, and they launch into their concepts right from the first paragraph. Here’s the beginning of “Yesterday’s Eyes”:

[The blight of Prison made a whole world untouchable. It was a cesspool of nightmares; the one place the crimina
Sarah Baethge
Nov 21, 2011 rated it it was amazing
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These three short stories are some of the most fun science fiction I have read in awhile! And they deal with every interesting book theme, from the future, present, and past. They contain the fun sci-fi takes on aliens, death and war written well enough to leave you waiting for Mythic Imagination #2
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Jon Mac writes SF/Fantasy with a pulp spirit, something he calls "Mythik" fiction. He's picked raspberries, babysat Coyote pups, worked in a recycling plant, directed live TV newscasts, explored the wild west, and encoded HD video for Blu-Ray discs. He likes dancing and shopping. No, that's not really true. He's still waiting for flying cars and video wristwatches to become popular.