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really liked it 4.00  ·  Rating details ·  17 ratings  ·  5 reviews
One man’s insurgent is another man’s freedom fighter…

From The Moon is a Harsh Mistress to The Hunger Games, everyone enjoys a good rebellion. There is something compelling about a group (or individual) who throws caution to the wind and rises up in armed defiance against oppression, tyranny, religion, the government—you name it. No matter the cause, or how small the chan
Kindle Edition, 268 pages
Published June 15th 2018 by Zombies Need Brains LLC
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Alastair Patton
Dec 12, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Excellent collection of short stories to satisfy your Sci-Fi cravings
Riju Ganguly
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The book was full of crisp and compact stories. Unfortunately too many of them tended to be rather heavy on jargons. As a result, only those remained in my mind that were special without being overtly dependent upon futuristic devices. They were:
1. Blake Jessop's 'Halo of Storms': A beautiful and haunting take on a future that bleeds easily into our visions shaped by 'Terminator' movies.
2. Walter H. Hunt's 'Eleven Days': Made me remember several classic 'Star Trek' episodes— always a very pleasi
 Maddie Mott
Oct 06, 2018 rated it really liked it
Solid anthology featuring mostly new-to-me authors. The standout stories for me were “Halo of Storms”, about a soldier in a future where humans have mostly lost their war with drones, “An Acceptable Risk to the Portfolio”, about an organization that manages the accounts of villainous galactic empires and rebel alliances with some delightful trope riffs, and “The Liberator” by L E Modessit which left a strong impression despite a relatively straightforward story
Jul 26, 2018 rated it it was amazing
An unexpectedly fun collection. Standout stories include two new (to me) authors: Blake Jessop's elegant "Halo of Storms" and Brian Hugenbruch's outrageously funny “An Acceptable Risk to the Portfolio.” ...more
Jun 20, 2018 rated it it was ok
Shelves: short-stories
This is the first Zombies Need Brains anthology I've bought that left me cold. Which is disappointing. I didn't find a single story that really spoke to me, nor any authors that me think that I wanted to read everything else they'd ever written or would write. ...more
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Troy Carrol Bucher served thirty years in the U.S. Army, where assignments took him to three wars and places like Turkey, Albania, Iraq, Afghanistan, Kuwait and Korea. His travels allow him to tap into a lifetime of experience working with diverse cultures and peoples, bringing multiethnic customs and realism with a distinct military flavor to his Science Fiction and Fantasy.

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