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Tales from TOMORROW #4 by [Jeppsen, Linell, Patin, John]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 400 KB
  • Print Length: 151 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: John R. Patin; 1 edition (3 Oct. 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B009LL469U
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
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Format: Kindle Edition
Great Collection
I didn't realize when I downloaded this free work; I would be getting four stories in one. Nice bonus
Let's get right to it.
First story is Dreambones. I'm still thinking about this one. It has moments of brilliance while at other times it left me flat, trying to figure out what was going on. Now remember, this a work of fantasy fiction.
An interplanetary scout, Rice is trying to find a new uninhabited planet for the Corporation. If he succeeds, not only will his bank account swell, but he could finally get in good with the Corporation. As it is, he carries a somewhat tarnished reputation and does his best to stay under the radar. Unfortunately for him, his scout ship the "Wandering Star" is on its last legs and instead of providing a smooth landing on the newfound planet, it becomes a hair raising, heart-thumping landing. He finds himself on a planet inhabited with intelligent Riss (dragons) and three other humanoid clans. He is disturbed to know there is already life on the planet even though, there are no records showing the planet already is inhabitated. An interesting premise.
There is a great mix on modern day technology with classic Medieval battles.
My problem with the story is the first chapter. There is no tie-in whatsoever with the rest of the story. Perhaps this will be addressed in the next work.
3.5 Stars

Second Story C.O.D.
Now this one is exciting. What happens when our unwary transport employees Dani and Ringer delivery a package twenty-eight years late to a very gracious host, Mr. Mason, excuse me, Squire Mason, who owns the entire Riviera? What they deliver could more than upset the horticultural species on the planet. Mr.
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Amazon.com: 4.7 out of 5 stars 3 reviews
15 of 17 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars 4 and going strong. 29 Oct. 2012
By Celtic Knight - Published on Amazon.com
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I have been following this publication and like where it is headed, the stories harken back to the type of story that got me hooked on Science Fiction in the first place. While good Fantasy { I read and reread The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings more times than I can count } has always had a place in my library my first love has always been Science Fiction that projected Man into the future and examined his interaction with what he found there. Spaceships, Alien Societies, and physical challenges on a Galactic scale were what my mind wanted to contemplate. Combine all that with a story of heroism and determinism to accomplish a mission whether by humans or aliens and you had the makings of a rousing good story. This publication and this author have demonstrated the potential to deliver all that and more.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great Collection 16 Mar. 2013
By Jeff Dawson - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
I didn't realize when I downloaded this free work; I would be getting four stories in one. Nice bonus
Let's get right to it.
First story is Dreambones. I'm still thinking about this one. It has moments of brilliance while at other times it left me flat, trying to figure out what was going on. Now remember, this a work of fantasy fiction.
An interplanetary scout, Rice is trying to find a new uninhabited planet for the Corporation. If he succeeds, not only will his bank account swell, but he could finally get in good with the Corporation. As it is, he carries a somewhat tarnished reputation and does his best to stay under the radar. Unfortunately for him, his scout ship the "Wandering Star" is on its last legs and instead of providing a smooth landing on the newfound planet, it becomes a hair raising, heart-thumping landing. He finds himself on a planet inhabited with intelligent Riss (dragons) and three other humanoid clans. He is disturbed to know there is already life on the planet even though, there are no records showing the planet already is inhabitated. An interesting premise.
There is a great mix on modern day technology with classic Medieval battles.
My problem with the story is the first chapter. There is no tie-in whatsoever with the rest of the story. Perhaps this will be addressed in the next work.
3.5 Stars
Second Story C.O.D.
Now this one is exciting. What happens when our unwary transport employees Dani and Ringer delivery a package twenty-eight years late to a very gracious host, Mr. Mason, excuse me, Squire Mason, who owns the entire Riviera? What they deliver could more than upset the horticultural species on the planet. Mr. Mason is very excited to finally be receiving his prized possession; however, he has no intention of paying for the shipment, as it truly is a contaminated bit of branchery. I was thinking of "Little House of Horrors."
A good story with the exception of the end. I believe the last few paragraphs could have been dropped for the sake of suspense with the next installment.
4 stars

Prime Directive
Still trying to figure out where this story is going.
3 stars

Prequel to Story Time
I read "Story Time" over a year ago and Linell doesn't disappoint with the follow-up to the Earth's demise. The story picks up with the reported Mr. Cummings waking up on an alien space craft. He's not sure where and why he's on this ship, until the new hosts, the Tatularian explain how he and a handful of humans were saved before the Earth imploded on itself. Very well done
Four stars

Overall a great mix of varying stories. There is something for everyone interested in sci/fi fantasy travels.

A resounding 3.75 stars!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars a great fun read 28 Mar. 2013
By Lisa Williamson - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
As always I find that Ms Jeppsen's work is well worth reading . The story she added to this collection worked well into the book which was a fun and fast read. Loved it
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