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  • ISBN-13: 9780801045288
  • Publisher: Baker Publishing Group
  • Publication date: 3/28/2005
  • Pages: 256
  • Age range: 9 - 12 Years
  • Product dimensions: 5.58 (w) x 8.46 (h) x 0.64 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 17, 2006

    Review of EAT MY MARTIAN DUST

    This collection of science fiction short stories with Christian themes is an unconscious continuation of a long-standing, if infrequent, tradition. THE DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL edited by Lester Del Rey, appeared in 1972 with three novellas by SF greats Poul Anderson, Gordon R. Dickson and Robert Silverberg, In 1973, well-known anthologist Roger Elwood edited FLAME TREE PLANET with stories by Dean R. Koontz, Leigh Brackett, Barry N. Malzberg and Thomas N. Scortia. In 1982, editor Alan Ryan collected such writers as Tanith Lee, Alan Dean Foster, Joel Rosenberg, Michael P. Kube-McDowell, Suzette Haden Elgin, Brian Aldiss and Gregory Benford under the title PERPETUAL LIGHT. Now Michael Carroll and Robert Elmer, with the clear intent of reaching young adults and teens, have commissioned and collected the likes Kathy Tyers, Sigmund Brouwer and Jim Denney to create a series of SF short stories that invite young readers to find ¿God among Aliens, Droids and Mega Moons.¿ Unfortunately the lead-off story, ¿Things Unseen¿ but big-name Sigmund Brouwer is a story fragment that should be read last instead of first. If you give this book to a non-Christian SF ready, tell them to ignore this on e. It¿s not representative of the rest of the book. ¿Time Coffin¿, by John B. Olson was also a disappointment and might find a better home with tract producers, Chick Publications. The rest of the stories range from adequate to very, very good, though some may seem clichéd to seasoned SF readers. Veteran Kathy Tyers story, ¿Their New Masters¿ was a little hard for me to follow at first, but ended well, if predictably. Shane Johnson¿s ¿Buried Secrets¿ was very well-written, but the ending is naïve and detracts from the rest of the story¿s somber mood. Jim Denney¿s ¿Shipwreck Planet¿ suffers from the Star Trek Syndrome ¿ in which the captain of the starship puts his own life and expensive training on the line by going on a First Contact mission rather than sending an expendable second-in-command. Also, while I understand that the target audience here is teens, adding a teen to a First Contact mission stretches my suspension of disbelief. Randy Ingermanson¿s ¿Chess 4 Life¿ is nicely creepy, well-executed, and even though it¿s an old idea it¿s a very good story. Jim Denney¿s ¿Tin Man¿ is Golden Age SF at its very best and would have found a comfortable home in any 1950¿s issue of ASTOUNDING, GALAXY or F&SF. Collection editor Robert Elmer¿s ¿For Such A Time¿ might best be imagined as Tom Godwin¿s ¿The Cold Equations¿ meets Christianity and while I think the dues ex machine ending was somewhat disappointing, it worked well and drew me along. Marianne Dyson¿s ¿Zeus¿ Eagle¿ would have found a snug home in any issue of Boy¿s Life Magazine prior to the 1980¿s. But it¿s her last story that was my favorite and the best of the collection in my opinion. ¿The Right Path¿ posits a Korean martial art called Kuk Sool as a method for maintaining muscle strength and tone on a Lunar colony. High school student Susan Thomson lives with her father on the Moon part of the year and with her mother back on Earth the other part. While the ¿d¿ word is never mentioned, it¿s implied and neatly places Sarah in the camp of half of all American youth (including Christians). Though her father has no interest in her martial arts passion, she is hard at work earning her black belt when she meets recent Earth immigrant Ian. Ian has no feel for the Moon¿s one-sixth Earth strength gravity ¿ and makes embarrassing, ¿I¿m-from-Earth-so-I¿m-better-than-you¿ mistakes. He promptly blames his mistakes on everyone else and the ¿stupid Lunar gravity¿. Sarah relies on her skills in Kuk Sool as well as her faith in God to prevent a terrible accident caused by Ian and in the end, they become friends. This piece would have easily found home in ANALOG SF Magazine if the Christian message was removed. It¿s good for this collection that it found its home here! With sidebars to of

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