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- Publisher: DefCon One Publishing (April 16, 2013)
- Publication Date: April 16, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00CEKDMKO
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Mad Scientist Journal: Spring 2012 Kindle Edition
|Length: 174 pages|
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Personally, I often find short fiction unsatisfying, as it can be hard to select an amount of story to fit shorter works and still give you the full story-ride experience. While this was the case with some of the stories in here (which to me ranged from 1-4 stars), the creativity and imagination that went into them - along with enjoyable doses of humor - left me entertained overall.
My favorites were the 'Ghosts of Ganymede' (4 stars), 'Therium 99' (4 stars) and 'The Exploded Manifestations of Ari Ascher' (4.5 stars).
[I received a free copy of this issue in exchange for an honest review]