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Score - an SFF symphony

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What if stories were written like music?

Score is an anthology of varied stories arranged to follow an emotional score from the heights of joy to the depths of despair - but always with a little hope shining through.


“Homecoming” — A.C. Worth
“Tree and Flame” — Rob Francis
“The Trader” — Damien Krsteski
“Faux Ami” — A. Martine
“Raising Mira” — Pauline Yates
ebook, 320 pages
Published March 2nd 2019 by Metaphorosis Books
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Engel Dreizehn
Feb 22, 2019 rated it really liked it
Arc Copy...There was a rhythm and flow I liken to that, and the selection of sci-fi and fantasy were wonderful true that!
Feb 10, 2019 rated it really liked it
A good mix of stories, and the proceeds benefit charity!. An emphasis on story order in anthologies is usually not mentioned, but is well-crafted here and is in fact the basis for the stories - evoking a set of specific emotions . As usual, they're not all of the same quality, but good overall. Recommended for those that like SF anthologies (there is a wide range of SF genres, so don't buy it if you're looking for a particular genre).

I really appreciate the ARC for review!
T.B. McKenzie
Jan 15, 2019 marked it as to-read  ·  (Review from the author)
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B. Morris Allen is a biochemist turned activist turned lawyer turned foreign aid consultant, and frequently wonders whether it's time for a new career. He's been traveling since birth, and has lived on five of seven continents. When he can, he makes his home on the Oregon coast. In between journeys, he edits Metaphorosis magazine, and works on his own speculative stories of love and disaster. His ...more