STARSHIPS. GHOSTS. DANGER.
An abandoned starship populated by phantoms. The Panther's captain doesn’t believe in ghosts... but that doesn’t stop them coming aboard! Can the captain overcome his disbelief in time to save his ship?
(Starflare Universe – Ghosts)
A LANDSCAPE DROWNED. A LANDSCAPE REVIVED.
He sits waiting for the tide to come in, but this is no ordinary tide. It’s taller than a tower, more destructive than a hurricane and is on a never ending journey around the world. Yet he is sitting in the open waiting for it to arrive. Find out why…
(Starflare Universe – The Tide)
GODDESS. DECEPTION. DAMNATION.
The Chosen go to serve the goddess. They climb the mountain but never return. The goddess is not what she pretends to be… but nor is the latest Chosen.
If you love fast paced science fiction, exciting fantasy, and being transported to worlds far stranger than our own, then you need to read Simon Goodson’s Tales From the Starflare Universe & Beyond today!
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About the Author
Simon Goodson is the author of the highly rated 'Wanderer's Escape' science fiction novel, and the two exciting books comprising the 'Dark Soul Silenced' fantasy story. His short stories cover a variety of speculative fiction including, but not limited to, science fiction and fantasy. Several of the short stories are freely available from www.simongoodson.com, while many more are available in the collection 'Last Sunrise & Other Stories'. Simon fits in writing around a full time job as an IT Consultant and a hectic family life looking after his twelve year old son and two three year old daughters. He can be found head down over his laptop most lunchtimes and during the commute home.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
One of the wonderful aspects of science fiction is the ability to explore new concepts and views of the universe around us! I had long been a fan of the Wanderer series and I was recently given the opportunity to read a free advance copy of Simon Goodson's newest collection of short stories "Tales from the Starfare Universe and Beyond". After reading this collection I have become a Simon Goodson fan! Some of the stories were predictable while remaining very enjoyable reading. In other stories Mr. Goodson has taken some common themes, asks the "what if" question, and then proceeds to take the reader in a totally unexpected direction. I would chuckle. I would almost tear up in reaction. I would pause and think "wow - what if that really happened!". All in all this is a very good collection of short stories. They entertain. They can strike your emotions. They can make you think. All of those are my favorite elements of a good story and especially in the science fiction genre. I recommend this as a very enjoyable and thought provoking good read.