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Jury Selection For Sunburst Award Short ListAurora Award Finalist For Best CollectionCBC Bookies Award Finalist For Best CollectionChimerascope A Story Of Many Parts A Dinner Conversation Takes Three Lifetimes To FinishA Geologist Faces A Planet Sized, Eons Old Puzzle To Save Her CrewThe Hero Of The Fall Of Earth Must Choose Between Love And RevengeA Man Is Born Each Day Into A New Life Only To Die Each NightA Sentient Aurora Threatens The Last Of HumanityA House As Big As The World These Are Some Of The Stories You Will Encounter In Chimerascope, The First Full Collection Of Short Fiction From Multi Award Winning Canadian Author, Douglas Smith Sixteen Engaging Stories Of Fantasy And Science Fiction That Take You From Love In Fourteenth Century Japan To Humanity S Last Stand, From Virtual Reality To The End Of Reality, From Alien Drug Addictions To A Dinner Where A Man Loses Everything Chimerascope


About the Author: Douglas Smith

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10 thoughts on “Chimerascope

  1. says:

    If there is a theme to such a complex collection, it is change and adaptability And while the heroes and heroines of the stories here are confronted by major upheavals and challenges, not all manage to overcome them successfully, or sometimes the price is just too high.I will present a short discussion story by story, while I recommend to check the excerpt site on the author s website for a taste of each of the pie


  2. says:

    Last year I had the opportunity to read and review PS Showcase 5 Impossibilia by Douglas Smith Had I been seeking fault in the slim anthology, I might have simply lamented the fact that there were only three stories Of course, three stories from Douglas Smith are to be treasured but, like most human beings, I acknowledge and indulge in the sin of greed I wantedMy wish was granted and I did receive , three hundred and


  3. says:

    Another Goodreads giveaway title I was notified on April 09, 2010 that it should arrive in 4 6 weeks and thank yuh.Got it in the mail today, April 28th It has to wait a bitJune 29, 2010 Douglas Smith starts Chimerascope ki meer uh scope with an award winning story Scream Angel which starts with an award winning line They stopped beating Trelayne when they saw that he enjoyed it Right from the start I was hooked.In all th


  4. says:

    Douglas Smith offers a brilliant collection of sixteen short stories, all award nominations or winners I understand this is his second published short story collection, but for me, this is my introduction to the author.Where some authors may offer reflections upon similar themes, Smith s short stories are certainly fitting to their respective title, giving a range of distinct characters in various situations that are colorf


  5. says:

    Original review appeared at I had intended the read the first story, get a feel for the collection, and then book a time that I would read it all No way This collection was impossible to put down This contains one of the best collections of speculative fiction I have ever read There is a reason that the majority of these stories have won awards and nominations Smith is absolutely brilliant as he proves SF is every bit as intel


  6. says:

    Douglas Smith s Chimerascope is a fantastic collection of stories by one of Canada s finest writers It is a handsome book Erik Mohr s cover artwork is gorgeous and the sixteen stories contained within its pages are both wondrous and powerful.The stories in Chimerascope span a decade of Doug s work and include both fantasy and science fiction, humour and horror, action packed adventure and quiet meditation It s impossible for me t


  7. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I didn t really have a favorite story in this book They were all adequate and good to read I think the only few that I really will remember is the living the multiple lives, the blue sky with clouds one, and the red hawk one I liked the red hawk one the most because it was a bittersweet ending with sadness yet sparkled with hope I picked this book out be


  8. says:

    Interesting, disturbing, thought provoking.


  9. says:

    Great variety of stories, definitely recommended.


  10. says:

    Enjoyed every story except one.very good stuff.


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