By Tobias S. Buckell
Caribbean born novelist Tobias Buckell validated himself as a proficient new voice in technology fiction along with his wonderful first novel Crystal Rain. Now, in his first assortment, Buckell demonstrates his strengths within the brief shape, providing readers a suite of reports which are compelling, shrewdpermanent, splendidly imagined, and entertaining.
Tides from the recent Worlds includes 19 tales that variety from multicultural technology fiction to magical realism, a few in print for the 1st time.
Table of Contents:
* Fish service provider
* within the center of Kalikuata
* The Shackles of Freedom (with Mike Resnick)
* Shoah Sry (with Ilsa Bick)
* In Orbite Medievali
* 4 Eyes
* Spurn Babylon
* Death's Dreadlocks
* tender speaking
* whatever within the Rock
* A eco-friendly Thumb
* All Her young ones Fought
* Toy Planes
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