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The Terran Shift Anthology, Volume 1 is the first collection of stories set exclusively in the Terran Shift universe. The collection contains seven science fiction stories from five authors set in all four eras of the universe -- from the high-technology dystopian views of the Bio-Tech Era to the sprawling space war of the Sol-Bect War Era.

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Published November 9th 2012 by Lost Luggage Studios, LLC (first published November 8th 2012)
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