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Perpetual Light [KINDLE] ❄ Perpetual Light Author Alan Ryan – Thomashillier.co.uk Introductory essay by Alan Ryan The Pope of the Chimps novelette by Robert Silverberg Written in Water story by Tanith Lee The Meat Box story by Daniel Gilbert Ifrit story by RA Lafferty Contamination Introductory essay by Alan Ryan The Pope of the Chimps novelette by Robert Silverberg Written in Water story by Tanith Lee The Meat Box story by Daniel Gilbert Ifrit story by RA Lafferty Contamination story by Richard Bowker Instant With Loud Voices story by Alan Dean Foster Firestorm story by Steve Rasnic Tem Be Fruitful Multiply story by F Paul Wilson The Emigrant story by Joel Rosenberg Angel of the Sixth Circle novelette by Gregg Keizer Judgment Day story by Frank Ward The Theology of Water novelette by Hilbert Schenck Hamburger Heaven story by Simon Hawke aka Nicholas Yermakov A Green Hill Far Away novelette by Michael P Kube McDowell Small Miracles story by Mel Gilden Relativistic Effects novelette by Gregory Benford God s Eyes story by Craig Shaw Gardner St Joey the Action story by Shariann Lewitt The Magi novelette by Damien Broderick Lest Levitation Come Upon Us novelette by Suzette Haden Elgin The Rose of Knock story by Alan Ryan Confess the Seasons novella by Charles L Grant A Private Whale novelette by Brian W Aldiss.


10 thoughts on “Perpetual Light

  1. Kevin Lucia Kevin Lucia says:

    Absolutely excellent collection of science fiction fantasy horror speculative fiction dealing with the nature of religion and faith, especially how it interacts with science, and how changes in future societies would shape faith and belief Only available through third party vendors, but definitely worth the price.


  2. John John says:

    This book had several good short stories, and one great story, right in my wheelhouse, Hamburger Heaven by Nicholas Yermakov I found some of the stories tedious, but most worked in the heavenly motif fairly smoothly I rate Hamburger Heaven right up there with The Little Black Bag , as one of my all time favorite short stories.


  3. yellowbird yellowbird says:

    Ironically, in the introduction to this book, the editor states, There have been anthologies of short science fiction dealing with religion before In general, they have not been all one might have hoped or expected Well, add oneto the list.


  4. Erik Graff Erik Graff says:

    This is a decent collection of speculative fiction dealing with religious themes nominated for the Locus Award for best collection.


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