Tall Science Fiction Tales for Teenagers

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A quirky collection of unlikely yarns,
by the award winning writer of
TENERIFE tall tales with a twist in the tail, to challenge your perception of what might be possible one day; or perhaps even ...
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Overview

A quirky collection of unlikely yarns,
by the award winning writer of
TENERIFE tall tales with a twist in the tail, to challenge your perception of what might be possible one day; or perhaps even closer than you think.

The contents include...

Low Frequency - A different kind of noisy hobby.
Culture Shock - A successful and most timely alien invasion.
Bugsie 37 - A gang of inept criminals try to control an intelligent robot.
Lefty - An example of future medical science.
Yesterday the World - Sorry folks, Time Travel is really dangerous.
Free Range - An indifferent kind of alien invasion?
Black Hole - If you do discover one, leave it alone.
Replication - Who would want to use a very advanced copying machine?
Beachcombing - Could other intelligent(?) life forms have been here before us, and still be around?

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781463502539
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publication date: 5/18/2011
  • Pages: 170
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.36 (d)

Meet the Author

The Author - Tony originally qualified as a professional Chartered Design Engineer, and built up a research and development company in Kent, England, specialising in such unusually varied projects as 30000C graphite furnaces, liquefied helium gas pipelines, nuclear protection equipment and low temperature surgery instrumentation. The latter and its worldwide commercial success led to him being awarded the MBE by the Queen. Later on, he accepted the position of Chief European Executive of an American Company specialising in microbiological analysis instrumentation and computer related products. Based first in Switzerland, and later in the Channel Island of Guernsey, he built up a group of related marketing and manufacturing companies and agencies, in and across Europe.

Now retired, he is writing mostly science and fantasy short fiction and has completed ten collections of short stories, and a first novel, including the award winning TENERIFE TALL TALES trilogy, ROBOTS INCLUDED, MACABRE TALES and FUTURE UNCERTAIN, all now available, as eBooks and paperbacks, via the Internet from AMAZON.

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