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Publisher's Summary

Nine to Eternity: A Science Fiction Anthology began when editor M. Christian invited the authors to submit “a personal favorite story: one that - also, sadly - didn't get the love they'd put into it”, And so Ernest Hogan, Emily Devenport, Cynthia Ward, and Arthur Byron Cover have been joined by Ralph Greco, Jr., David Lee Summers, Jean Marie Stine, and Jody Scott, as well as M. Christian himself, to make a memorable listening experience. 

Full of endearing characters, vivid worlds, and thrilling adventures, this anthology is also a touching examination of what these celebrated authors consider their best work.

"Skin Deep", a wistful science-fiction melody of love and longing - by Emily Devenport

"Spitzhkov Red", a haunting tale as real as tomorrow's headlines of comradeship and service - by Jody Scott

"Bombastic Christ", a controversial story of what happens when DNA from the Shroud of Turin is cloned - by Ralph Greco, Jr.

"The Great Mars-a-Go-Go Mexican Standoff", a rollicking future-shock interplanetary Chicano delight - by Ernest Hogan

"A Murder", a lyrical but heart-wrenching story of futuristic murder - by Arthur Byron Cover

"Whoever Fights Monsters", a ferociously powerful reinterpretation of Nina Harker from Dracula - by Cynthia Ward

"An Asteroid by Any Other Name", a classically inspired tale of rapidly approaching doom - by David Lee Summers

"In the Canal Zone", a dreamlike tale about a mysterious canal whose location may not even lie within our own universe - by Jean Marie Stine

"Why Are There Buildings, Daddy?", a not-far-from-home work of spec-fic about a depressed young man who only ever wanted to be a writer - by M. Christian

©2020 M. Christian (P)2021 Wordwooze Publishing

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  • JM
  • 2021-02-16

Good Science Fiction

These 9 stories are all good with 9 accomplished authors. Some of my favorites are Spitzhkov Red, The Great Mars A Go-Go Mexican Standoff and In The Canal Zone, So If you are into some good Sci-Fi I recommend this audiobook. The Narration done by Gordon MacCathay was good. I was provided this free audiobook by the publisher, and this is my voluntary unbiased review.

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  • DDJTJ
  • 2022-03-20

SHORT BY WELL WORTH THE LISTEN

NINE TO ETERNITY is a collection of short and not so short stories that are written by various authors and narrated by Gordon MacCathay. Each novella are between 20 minutes to over an hours and some of the endings are pretty quirky so dont assume you will know what is coming next, which is one of the reasons I really like this collection. Narration by Mr.MacCathay was spot on seeing how many characters in each story he has to "create" This audiobook is only about 6 hours long but I wish it was longer as I really was enjoying all the stories.

I recieved this audiobook free in exchange for an honest review.

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  • Michelle Hill
  • 2022-03-09

Great collection of Sci-Fi

I really enjoyed everything about this collection. The narrator captured the characters really well, and the stories were easy to follow and get wrapped up in. Have to say my favorite character overall was Puke the dog. Definitely recommend to everyone who likes science fiction.