Overview

At the edge of the Butterfly Nebula, beyond the last portal, lies Periphery Station. Last haven, recovery hospice, tourist mecca, and cathedral in space. All sorts of people come to Periphery Station: armalcolite prospectors, star rangers, survivors, and renegades.

The portal brings word of other galaxies—and other realities. Time, distance, and motive have different ...
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Ether Ore

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Overview

At the edge of the Butterfly Nebula, beyond the last portal, lies Periphery Station. Last haven, recovery hospice, tourist mecca, and cathedral in space. All sorts of people come to Periphery Station: armalcolite prospectors, star rangers, survivors, and renegades.

The portal brings word of other galaxies—and other realities. Time, distance, and motive have different meanings here.

Marcher Lord Press produces science fiction and fantasy novels with a spiritual edge. Here, six Marcher Lord Press authors—plus the publisher himself—show their skills with short fiction. If you like the short stories, you’ll love the award-winning novels. Marcher Lord Press is the premier publisher of Christian speculative fiction.

Come for the adventure. Come for the discovery. Ether Ore.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012930859
  • Publisher: Marcher Lord Press
  • Publication date: 2/4/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 3 MB

Meet the Author

Christy Award-winning editor Jeff Gerke entered the publishing industry as a novelist. Under the pen name Jefferson Scott, Jeff has had six of his novels published. He has served on the editorial staff of Multnomah, Strang Communications, and NavPress. Novels that Jeff has edited or acquired have won multiple Book of the Year awards. He is the founder and publisher of Marcher Lord Press.

Jill Williamson is a novelist, dreamer, and believer. She writes stories that combine danger, suspense, and adventure for people of all ages. Jill started Novel Teen Book Reviews (www.novelteen.com) to help teens find great books to read. She lives in Oregon with her husband and two children. Her novel "By Darkness Hid" won the 2010 Christy Award in the Visionary Category.

Marc Schooley is a Texan, which may be empirically verified if you ever hear him speak. He is a Christian philosopher, theologian, Bible teacher, speaker, musician, and nascent Christian fiction writer. His novel "König's Fire" is a Finalist for the 2011 Christy Award in the Visionary Category.

Kirk Outerbridge resides with his wife and two children in beautiful Bermuda and is a professional engineer by trade. He has written two Rick Macey cyberthrillers. The first, "Eternity Falls," won the ACFW Carol Award in 2010.

Steve Rzasa and his wife have two boys and live in Wyoming. Steve's short story, "Rescued," which is set in the same universe as his two published novels, won the 2009 G.K. Chesterton Award.

Kerry Nietz is a refugee of the software industry. He spent more than a decade of his life flipping bits, first for the now mythical Fox Software, and then as one of Bill Gates's minions at Microsoft. He is a husband, a father, a technophile and a movie buff. His novels have been finalist for numerous awards, both Christian and secular.

Adam Palmer has edited, authored, or ghostwritten nearly two dozen books of every flavor. His latest endeavor is the experimental book, "Space Available" for Marcher Lord Press, which is being written entirely on Twitter. He makes his home in Oklahoma with his wife and five children.
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  • Posted June 7, 2011

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    Not safe, but good.

    Definitely an interesting idea and well carried out. Make certain to read the stories in order or you might get confused. This is a linear complication, the stories spill into one another and are connected into a larger story arc.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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