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Albedo One (Issue 44) (Albedo One Magazine) [Kindle Edition]

Simon Morden , Ian Wild , James Carney , Steve Billings , Alexandra Fleetwood , Dave Siddall , Eric M. Witchey , Robert Neilson , Frank Ludlow , Charles Terrell
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A race with hounds across Europe to seek true love, a dying world plagued by invading jelly, a soulful train journey through the wastelands of purgatory, and an angry father who might have saved the wrong daughter.

Issue 44 of Ireland’s longest running science fiction, fantasy and horror magazine, Albedo One, features new fiction from Ian Wild, James Carney, Steve Biillings, Alexandra Fleetwood, Dave Siddall and Eric M. Witchey; an in-depth review with Philip K. Dick award winning author Simon Morden; cover art from Charlie Terrell; and reviews from Juliet E. McKenna, John Kenny, Peter Loftus and David Conyers.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1860 KB
  • Print Length: 191 pages
  • Publisher: Aeon Press (11 Nov. 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00GM865QM
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  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Number 45 1 Mar. 2014
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Albedo One issue number 45
Managing Editor: Robert Nielsen

The latest edition of the Dublin-based magazine is now available and in it there are seven short stories, a couple of interviews and lots of reviews. Very good quality fiction drips from the pages which is what you’d expect from a magazine of this standing. They are stories which are challenging, thoughtful and intriguing and you can’t say much more than that.

The Woman Who Could Choose the Stars by TD Edge was a rather strange and quaint story about a woman with a broken relationship who meets up with an alien. Not a creature with tentacles and seven eyes, it’s someone like anybody else on earth but he makes her a proposition which may be difficult to refuse. What would she do?

Stephen Gaskell's Landscapes of a Martian Heart is set on the fourth planet from the sun in the not too distant future. Terraforming is taking place and the world is slowly changing to become more earthlike. One thing we can’t change, however, is gravity which is one third of Earth’s and once resident on the planet human bodies weaken over time. A dilemma is created when a young woman visits the planet only to find that she was pregnant from the start of the journey. This is the first pregnancy in space and the consequences on the child could be enormous, not helped by the environment on Mars.

King Rook by Martin McGrath is set in the early days of the troubles in Northern Ireland. In a bleak and rough environment, a boy grows up being protected by rooks that live in the woods beside his house. The King Rook gives him occasional presents which he collects and retains in a box.
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