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Aaron Rosenberg
AARON ROSENBERG is the award-winning, #1 bestselling author of the DuckBob humorous science fiction series and the Dread Remora space-opera series, and the co-author of the O.C.L.T. thriller series and the ReDeus modern-day fantasy series, among others. He's written tie-in novels (including the... show more



AARON ROSENBERG is the award-winning, #1 bestselling author of the DuckBob humorous science fiction series and the Dread Remora space-opera series, and the co-author of the O.C.L.T. thriller series and the ReDeus modern-day fantasy series, among others. He's written tie-in novels (including the PsiPhi winner Collective Hindsight for Star Trek: SCE, the Daemon Gates trilogy for Warhammer, Tides of Darkness and (with Christie Golden) the Scribe-nominated Beyond the Dark Portal for WarCraft, Hunt and Run for Stargate: Atlantis, and Substitution Method and The Road Less Traveled for Eureka), children's books (including an original series, Pete and Penny's Pizza Puzzles, and work for PowerPuff Girls and Transformers Animated), roleplaying games (including original games like Asylum and Spookshow, the Origins Award-winning Gamemastering Secrets, and sections of The Supernatural Roleplaying Game, Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay, and The Deryni Roleplaying Game), young adult novels (including the #1 bestseller 42: The Jackie Robinson Story, the Scribe-winning Bandslam: The Novel and two books for iCarly), short stories, webcomics, essays, and educational books. He has ranged from mystery to speculative fiction to drama to comedy, always with the same intent—to tell a good story. Aaron lives in New York with his family. You can follow him online at gryphonrose.com, on Facebook at facebook.com/gryphonrose, and on Twitter @gryphonrose.

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Irresponsible Reader
Irresponsible Reader rated it 1 year ago
This is the strongest collection of stories that I can remember reading in the last few years -- 15 stories and only 1 that didn't work for me (it was fine, I just didn't think it took advantage of the SF setting). I really would like to post a few paragraphs about each story -- but wow, that's too ...
nicky2910's book reviews
nicky2910's book reviews rated it 4 years ago
Part 9 of the SCE is perhaps the first real ensemble-story. Everyone has his or her tasks and a moment in the spotlight when the crew is called to investigate the destruction of a dilithium mining colony. What at first gives the impression of an external attack with a new kind of weapon turns out to...
Bookstooge's Reviews On the Road
Bookstooge's Reviews On the Road rated it 6 years ago
I liked this, but really wanted to like this more. Unfortunately, it was just too simplistic.A barely technological underwater society sees a great light. And builds a spaceship without ANY idea of what "space" is.That isn't so much a problem. What is a problem is that once in space, these explorers...
thomcat
thomcat rated it 7 years ago
Four more light stories, with continuity from the previous book and other semi-canon trek incidents. These are fun stories, I'll definitely read more.
Miss Clark
Miss Clark rated it 8 years ago
This only gets a single star for out of characterness and failing to engage me in the story.
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