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Sky Songs II: Spiritual SF

4.57  ·  Rating details ·  7 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
This collection of 17 stories is a sequel to the original Sky Songs anthology, also edited by Stanton, and a few of the same authors are represented. Again, all the writers are Christian, and the stories cover a broad territory of what can be called speculative fiction. This time, however, most of the stories (first published mostly from 1998-2004) are taken from periodica ...more
Paperback, 236 pages
Published June 1st 2005 by Sky Song Press
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Mar 25, 2008 rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: Fans of science fiction, and Christian fiction
As the Goodreads description above indicates, this is a sequel to the first Sky Songs anthology published three years earlier. The venues from which the stories are taken, as noted, range more widely; only three years worth of issues of Dreams and Visions likely wouldn't have furnished enough material for a collection of comparable quality. And the quality is comparable --IMO, the average quality of the stories here is even higher than in the original book, though there are fewer that stand out ...more
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This is a candid review by Joel Bresin of Tangent Online:

"Sky Songs II: Spiritual SF exposed me to the sub-genre known as Christian science fiction...Like most anthologies, a few worthwhile gems hide amongst the piles of crude rabble. One wonders if the editor, Steve Stanton, attempted to make a Jesus-like parable through his selection of stories. Some are worthy of the glories of Heaven, while others fall short of the mark and plunge the reader into the furthest abysses of fictional hell where
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Steve Stanton writes science fiction novels about the future of the human brain, artificial intelligence, transhumanist immortality, and the mystery of consciousness. His short stories have been published in sixteen countries in a dozen languages, spanning categories from cyberpunk to space opera. A trilogy of novels, The Bloodlight Chronicles, was published by ECW Press in Toronto from 2010 to 20 ...more
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