Star Rebels: Stories of Space Exploration, Alien Races, and Adventure

There are rebels among the stars… Meet eleven protagonists battling to save themselves and the ones they love. Human, cyborg, clone, or alien, they’ll find themselves pitted against intergalactic crime bosses, interstellar mercenaries, a quantum-wave-riding collective mind, and the universe itself. Along the way, there’s plenty of action, adventure, humor, and even some romance. Written by the freshest voices in science fiction, these stories are short, but they’ll light your imagination like a solar flare. Strap yourself in and join the rebellion!

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3 Comments

  1. My kind of box set! I picked this up on a whim because I had a passing familiarity with 2 of the authors, and I liked both the title and the price. The first short story in the series is A Tale of Two Ships by Audrey Faye, A KarmaCorp Story. I liked the description of the story, so I started reading, knowing nothing about the series or the author… This is a very short story, with fantastic characters! I came out of it looking to see what else from this series is in Kindle Unlimited because I felt I got a…

  2. Great way to sample a variety of authors. I have read two of the stories in the anthology and will be reading more. Audrey Faye’s and Christine Pope’s stories are prequels to their series, and I found them intriguing enough to seek out these series. Both stories are about young women who are stuck on backwater planets and want yo get offworld. I look forward to reading more stories and finding new authors to read.

  3. I really enjoyed it. You immediately know the setting I have only read on story so far, Glome by James Wells. I really enjoyed it. You immediately know the setting, the issue, the character conflict and then to have so many twists and turns in short story. It was just fun reading. Left me wanting more, which is what every good story should do. I’m not a big short story reader but I definitely loved this one.

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