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    (Amok An Anthology of Asia Pacific Speculative Fiction) PDF NEW ´ Dominica Malcolm Dominica Malcolm ä 8 Summary Free download ↠ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ä Dominica Malcolm No messing around here You MUST read this book as soon as it comes out Anyone who likes anything even slightly science fiction will ADORE these stories I am privileged enough to have been granted an advanced revie

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    Free download ↠ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ä Dominica Malcolm Dominica Malcolm ä 8 Summary Summary Amok An Anthology of Asia Pacific Speculative Fiction When I received the review copy of this book I did not anticipate the exhilarating ride that I had signed up for Diving into these WORLDS from the warm fairy tales of childhood to the alternate present which seems familiar to the distant ter

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    (Amok An Anthology of Asia Pacific Speculative Fiction) PDF NEW ´ Dominica Malcolm I am thrilled that an anthology that focuses on Asian and Pacific culture exists showcasing a uniue blend of nationalities that range from East Asia to the Southeast and to the Pacific Islands As one of the contributors to this book with my short story “Moon Rabbit” it is an absolute honor to be among so many talented wordsmiths who are obviously engaged in the cultures and subjects they choose to explore and build worlds around Amok

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    (Amok An Anthology of Asia Pacific Speculative Fiction) PDF NEW ´ Dominica Malcolm Dominica Malcolm ä 8 Summary Free download ↠ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ä Dominica Malcolm This is a rich collection of twenty four stories; rich in diversity of setting of speculative ideas and of characterThere are a lot of stories here that I loved and only a couple that didn’t appeal to me There were also a few I felt could have been shortened – but this might just be a reflection of my dislike of descriptionThe editor defines speculative fiction as “real world settings in the past present or future

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    Dominica Malcolm ä 8 Summary Free download ↠ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ä Dominica Malcolm (Amok An Anthology of Asia Pacific Speculative Fiction) PDF NEW ´ Dominica Malcolm To be honest I really really wanted to like all the stories in this book but some felt a little rushed in their execution or their worldbuilding was not too convincingThe fantasy supernatural stories such as Terence Toh's BRIGHT STUDENT KZ Morano's KITSUNE and THE DEAD OF THE NIGHT by Barry Rosenberg worked be

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    Summary Amok An Anthology of Asia Pacific Speculative Fiction Dominica Malcolm ä 8 Summary Free download ↠ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ä Dominica Malcolm Wonderful unusual stories from fresh voices Read full review here

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    Free download ↠ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ä Dominica Malcolm Dominica Malcolm ä 8 Summary (Amok An Anthology of Asia Pacific Speculative Fiction) PDF NEW ´ Dominica Malcolm I had the pleasure of reading an advance copy of the upcoming anthology Amok An Anthology of Asia Pacific Speculative Ficti

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    (Amok An Anthology of Asia Pacific Speculative Fiction) PDF NEW ´ Dominica Malcolm I received a copy of this book in exchanged for a honest review In no way did the author or publishing company influence my reviewThis collection of short stories is absolutely wonderful I liked some stories better than ot

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    (Amok An Anthology of Asia Pacific Speculative Fiction) PDF NEW ´ Dominica Malcolm This was a wonderful collection of short stories ranging in genre from sci fi dystopia fantasy to horror and paranormal Each story is set in an Asia Pacific country as the title of the book suggests and the country the story is set in is shown at the beginning of the story right under the title Short comments and info about the author and where you can find them online follow each storyThere were a lot of standout pie

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    (Amok An Anthology of Asia Pacific Speculative Fiction) PDF NEW ´ Dominica Malcolm This is an extremely broad collection of speculative fiction from all over the Asia Pacific region The locations are diverse and that's the focus of the collection but the types of stories collected here are extremely diverse as well As always with anthologies some pieces were to my taste than others For instance I am of a sci fi than fantasy readerSome notable pieces were The Donor by Brett Adams love seeing disabilit

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Amok An Anthology of Asia Pacific Speculative Fiction

Free download ↠ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ä Dominica Malcolm Dominica Malcolm ä 8 Summary Amok An Anthology of Asia Pacific Speculative Fiction Summary â 8 In an anthology that spans from India in the west to Hawai‘i in the east and as far south as Australia and New Zealand 24 authors bring you an exciting range of tales set in the past present and futureDiscover characters like the Moon Rabbit from Chinese mythology a kitsune from Japanese mythology and the aswang from Filipino mythologyFind out. I am thrilled that an anthology that focuses on Asian and Pacific culture exists showcasing a uniue blend of nationalities that range from East Asia to the Southeast and to the Pacific Islands As one of the contributors to this book with my short story Moon Rabbit it is an absolute honor to be among so many talented wordsmiths who are obviously engaged in the cultures and subjects they choose to explore and build worlds around Amok An Anthology of Asia Pacific Speculative Fiction is a must for all sci fi fantasy and horror lovers There are many characters that readers unaccustomed to Asian folklore may be unfamiliar with such as the kitsune from Japan and the aswang from the Philippines but this potential unfamiliarity do not detract from the plots There is something in here for everyone though much of the stories delve into dark heart wrenching even violently graphic topics and descriptions But never fear the light of humanity and empathy is sprinkled throughout the stories and there is always something to smile about as you realize how human how real and how subtly humorous these subjects areAs much as I would like to touch upon each of the twenty four stories allow me to share the few gems that I had the pleasure of reading Operation Toba 2049 by Kris Williamson MalaysiaI found myself wondering what in the world Ria s mother was doing to keep her so busy and stay at work until I came to the end It felt so real the dire situation and the method of evacuation the government imposed on the people I felt as though the apocalypse was truly happening especially upon reading the final page Target Heart by Recle Etino Vibal PhilippinesWhat a uniue take on cupids There were such detailed meticulous descriptions of the usage of slingshot and its deceivingly simple mechanisms and structure For instance I would never have though of small spherical stones to have less air resistance than jagged ones but reading that particular passage made perfect sense I also shuddered at Damian s heartlessness such as the sentence on page 43 The bursting of feathers or sputtering of blood was also fun than the shattering of glasses I thoroughly enjoyed the twists They say love can be deadly but I never saw it in such a sinister light until now Dreams by Tabitha Sin Hong KongBeautiful heartbreaking and haunting descriptions of the yearnings for a dead lover I fell in love with the gorgeously gruesome poetic imagery and sensibilities of lost love and the use of a sleeping drugs in vain attempts to reunite The Volunteer by TR Napper Vietnam and ThailandThe setting is a war that takes place about a hundred years after the Vietnam War I enjoyed the integration of the theme of war crimes a little weaving of the history of China Vietnam relationships and the Nuremberg defense My favorite scenes involved the Thai waitress I had a feeling she was up to something and was glad to see that my predictions were accurate Bright Student by Terence Toh MalaysiaAs a university student I empathized with all the agony that Yi Ling felt as she was going through her exams Schools in Asia are notorious for their exams methods of teaching and rate of suicide even for something as small as a report card of one D among ten A sToh s writing is absolutely engaging and clever I felt absorbed in the shop with the mysterious sinister boy and forbidding objects and Yi Ling s feelings and experiences after the transaction Holy cow that exam scene was absolutely frightening and disturbing This piece accurately demonstrates the desperation and lengths ambitious students will take for good grades The scientific definition of light woven into the story was also a clever touch In Memoriam by Fadzlishah Johanabas MalaysiaThe jarring descriptions made me feel as though I was plunged into the hospital and the myriad descriptions of the surgery right there with Alia a grieving mother who lost her sullen teenage son to a horrible accident I felt my heart shatter a bit upon reading the ending When the Rice Was Gone by Dominica Malcolm South KoreaWhat a wonderful blend of post apocalyptic and mythical fantasy elements I could really feel the bleakness of the situation the characters were in and I enjoyed the fact that bisexuality was woven into a couple of the characters personalities proving Malcolm as a champion of not only racial diversity in writing but also for sexual diversity I absolutely loved the twist and stories with mermaids especially when done well make me happy In short I cannot wait to receive my contributor hard copy of this anthology and relish the tangibility of pages and ink that do all of this great writing justice Archetype Archetype #1 of tales set in the past present and futureDiscover characters like the Moon Rabbit from Chinese mythology a kitsune from Japanese mythology and the aswang from Filipino mythologyFind Wolfsbane out. 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Free download ↠ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ä Dominica Malcolm Dominica Malcolm ä 8 Summary Amok An Anthology of Asia Pacific Speculative Fiction Summary â 8 What arises when a struggling Malaysian student seeks help for her studies in Chinatown and what happens when the garbage in the Pacific Ocean is seen as a valuable treasureFutures imagined stretch from amazing advances in technology to depressing dystopiasRead these stories and so many in Amok An Anthology of Asia Pacific Speculative FictionFe. To be honest I really really wanted to like all the stories in this book but some felt a little rushed in their execution or their worldbuilding was not too convincingThe fantasy supernatural stories such as Terence Toh s BRIGHT STUDENT KZ Morano s KITSUNE and THE DEAD OF THE NIGHT by Barry Rosenberg worked better than the science fiction ones which were or less futuristic projections The exception is Eeleen Lee s YAMADA S ARMADA which convincingly depicts a futuristic Southeast Asian City which reminded me of the sterile dystopias depicted in Her or GattacaBut overall this is a good book by writers who show much potential

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Free download ↠ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ä Dominica Malcolm Dominica Malcolm ä 8 Summary Amok An Anthology of Asia Pacific Speculative Fiction Summary â 8 Aturing stories byBrett Adams Jo Wu Kris Williamson Recle Etino Vibal Tabitha Sin Ailia Hopkins KZ Morano TR Napper Terence Toh Kawika Guillermo Barry Rosenberg Eeleen Lee Jax Goss Jo Thomas Daniel A Kelin II Fadzlishah Johanabas Shenoa Carroll Bradd Dominica Malcolm Aashika Nair Celeste A Peters Agnes Ong Rebecca Freeman NJ Magas and Tom Barlow. I received a copy of this book in exchanged for a honest review In no way did the author or publishing company influence my reviewThis collection of short stories is absolutely wonderful I liked some stories better than others but for the most part I enjoyed them all to some levelThe author of The Moon Rabbit Jo Wu is the one who contacted me and her s turned out to be my favorite I promise I didn t plan that I loved it because it reminded me so much of Marissa Meyer s The Lunar Chronicles which many of you know I am totally obsessed with All the stories were short hence the name interesting and easy to read I loved how they mixed the fairy tales and myths with modern and futuristic plots and themes This made them interesting to me and helped make the stories understandable They also cover a lot of areas on the globe including India China and Australia Also many types of people different races genders etc are included in the stories so that already makes it different than most books todayMy only problem was that some of the stories were a little too uick to the point I would have liked description and world building in a couple but of course in short stories you miss out on some of thatI recommend Amok to anyone looking for a book to read little by little over time or who s interested in some lesser known mythsI also love that cover

  • Paperback
  • 252
  • Amok An Anthology of Asia Pacific Speculative Fiction
  • Dominica Malcolm
  • English
  • 24 February 2020
  • 9780980508444