Parallels Felix Was Here Enter the realm of parallel universes What if the government tried to create the perfect utopia Could a society linked to a supercomputer survive on its own Do our reflections control secret lives on

  • Title: Parallels: Felix Was Here
  • Author: L.G. Keltner Cherie Reich Crystal Sandra Cox Yolanda Renee Michael Abayomi Melanie Schulz Hart Johnson
  • ISBN: 9781939844200
  • Page: 124
  • Format: ebook
  • Enter the realm of parallel universes What if the government tried to create the perfect utopia Could a society linked to a supercomputer survive on its own Do our reflections control secret lives on the other side of the mirror Can one moment split a person s world forever Exploring the fantastic, ten authors offer incredible visions and captivating tales of diverse reEnter the realm of parallel universes What if the government tried to create the perfect utopia Could a society linked to a supercomputer survive on its own Do our reflections control secret lives on the other side of the mirror Can one moment split a person s world forever Exploring the fantastic, ten authors offer incredible visions and captivating tales of diverse reality Featuring the talents of L G Keltner, Crystal Collier, Hart Johnson, Cherie Reich, Sandra Cox, Yolanda Renee, Melanie Schulz, Sylvia Ney, Michael Abayomi, and Tamara Narayan.Hand picked by a panel of agents and authors, these ten tales will expand your imagination and twist the tropes of science fiction Step through the portal and enter another dimension

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    1. L.G. Keltner Cherie Reich Crystal Sandra Cox Yolanda Renee Michael Abayomi Melanie Schulz Hart Johnson says:

      L.G Keltner spends most of her time trying to write while also cleaning up after her crazy but wonderful kids and hanging out with her husband Her favorite genre of all time is science fiction, and she s been trying to write novels since the age of six Needless to say, those earliest attempts weren t all that good Her non writing hobbies include astronomy and playing Trivial Pursuit.



    2 thoughts on “Parallels: Felix Was Here

    1. A really good anthology! Ten different stories which surprised me.There will be a full review soon.Today (3rd of May 2016) is the publishing day of an anthology which I had the pleasure to read before in form of an ARC. Anthologies are like a grab bag. Most of the time you do not know what you will get. The good thing is that normally all stories are related to one topic.It is an excellent opportunity to discover new authors.So what will you get with Parallels:Felix was here?My summary:Pensive a [...]

    2. I won my copy of this excellent book from Sandra Cox’s giveaway.L. G. Keltner — Felix Was Here — The story reminds me of the Stepford Wives. It also reminds me of the book The Invasion of Tearling, the Lily parts that I loved so much. A great short story that I can imagine being a movie or television series. 5 stars.Sandra Cox — Rainers — This story is action, perfect tension, decent world building, brief insightful politics, and a sprinkling of romance. A liberal and a conservative wo [...]

    3. Parallels is a collection of ten imaginative sci-fi tales that explore the realm of parallel universes. Stories include Rainers, in which the protagonist goes through a cave and ends up in a parallel universe filled with creepy zombie-like characters that come out when it rains, Win, a story about a society dependent on neurochips linked to a super computer, and The Mirror People, where each person's mirror reflection is actually a real person living in an alternate universe.Many of the stories [...]

    4. Usually I prefer full-length novels and didn't quite know what to expect from these, even if I was quite curious. Overall, I liked all of them. They're short and very quick to read. I also liked the settings, the settings of the stories, and the cast of characters.I think this collection will appeal to anyone who likes to read novellas and science fiction romances. It's the perfect combination of that.

    5. My favorite stories were "WIN," "Felix Was Here" and Haunted. Glad I bought this book. Great short stories

    6. A longer review follows. This was the first Insecure Writers Support Group anthology that I started reading, although in truth I finished the second one that I started first. Perhaps that was because I found the second collection had more riveting tales. This was more of a mixed 'bag' but there are some stand-out stories that I will mention in my full review, as well as some disappointing ones after some hype. I would still recommend this collection.

    7. Parallels: Felix Was Here explores the realms of alternate history and parallel universes in ten short stories. In the title story "Felix Was Here" by L.G. Keltner, Betty learns her idyllic city has some serious secrets. What I loved best was how Keltner built in Betty's memories of Felix and her need to find if he was real or not. Harper tumbles into a parallel universe where the rain has deadly consequences in Sandra Cox's "Rainers." I enjoyed the chemistry between Harper and Noah as well as w [...]

    8. Really? I'm the first one to review this anthology? REALLY? ARRRRRGH the pressure! I don't know if I can handle itOkay, let's get serious. This is a thoroughly enjoyable collection of somewhat mind-bending stories, based on what you might call alternative realities. Each well-written tale whisks readers away from the world of the ordinary, and transports them to a world where anything is possible, and the bizarre seems plausible. With these stories , all sprung from the minds of highly imaginati [...]

    9. I enjoyed these short stories. They were fun with different perspectives and some did not finish as I thought they might. My favorite was "Haunted" I think because of the surprise and feeling it left. I love the effect it had on me, in some ways it affected me the same way the movie "Sixth Sense" did the first time I saw it. I was hooked from the first page, propelled through the rest of the story to the end. I also liked The "Mirror People" and "Scrying Plane" and "Rainers" very interesting sto [...]

    10. With both the dark and the profound, this book has truly imaginative short stories about alternate realities. Sure I loved some stories more than others, which is normal when reading a collection in which different authors contributed, but they were all strong in their own way and I can see why they were selected for this anthology. I read some familiar authors, while I was introduced to ones I haven't read before. If you like speculative fiction, you can feed your need with this book.

    11. Consider this a review of the other 9 stories, as I don't think I can properly rate myself, but I found this collection to be diverse and fabulous. Each story had its own flavor, and all opened lots of possibilities. Rainers is the story that really haunts me, but I enjoyed all of them.

    12. Rarely have I enjoyed an anthology this much. It engaged, took me to new places, and left me pondering. With most anthologies, I find myself skimming through some stories to get to the next. Not so in this case. Each stood on its own.Felix Was Here: Awesome alternate future story with deep characterization and a strong psychological conflict. It didn't end all tied up with a bow, but the conclusion was satisfying.Rainers: Dual dimensions. Alter one aspect of reality, and what do you get? Definit [...]

    13. I won a copy of this anthology and wasn't surprised by the quality of the stories as I am familiar with many of the contributors, all of whom are fine writers. This is an interesting and diverse mix; everything from zombiesque creatures, to space travel, to mirror worlds. Some may haunt you for a bit, leaving a trace of a chill behind. Others may leave you with a little smile, or a sliver of hope.

    14. Rarely have I enjoyed an anthology this much. It engaged, took me to new places, and left me pondering. With most anthologies, I find myself skimming through some stories to get to the next. Not so in this case. Each stood on its own.Felix Was Here: Awesome alternate future story with deep characterization and a strong psychological conflict. It didn't end all tied up with a bow, but the conclusion was satisfying.Rainers: Dual dimensions. Alter one aspect of reality, and what do you get? Definit [...]

    15. Review: PARALLELS: FELIX WAS HEREAn anthology of the Insecure Writers' Support Group, these ten stories explore parallel probabilities (and alternative history) in ways that are subtle, scary, unsettling, and quite unnerving, often Dystopian, and paranoia-instilling. Indeed, I am still experiencing subtle shivers and chills. I recommend reading this anthology one story at a time, letting each percolate.I reviewed via StoryCartel.

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