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J. Steven York
Steve York is the national best-selling author of over a dozen books and many short stories published in anthologies, magazines, and as Kindle books. In addition to his original fiction, he's written adventures in the worlds of Star Trek, the X-Men, Conan, the Transformers, and MechWarrior.In... show more

Steve York is the national best-selling author of over a dozen books and many short stories published in anthologies, magazines, and as Kindle books. In addition to his original fiction, he's written adventures in the worlds of Star Trek, the X-Men, Conan, the Transformers, and MechWarrior.In his spare time he produces the weekly web-comic "Minions at Work" (www.MinionsAtWork.com)He's married to fellow-writer Christina F. York (Who also writes mystery as Christy Evans and Christy Fifield), with whom he sometimes collaborates. They live on the Oregon coast with their two cats Sydney and Oz.
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nicky2910's book reviews rated it 3 years ago
This time, the da Vinci encounters an alien ship marauding in space, swallowing up any ship that crosses its path - at the latest a Starfleet ship. Is the ship even intact and its crew alive still? And if so, how are they going to be rescued? What follows is an interesting tale about reality, drea...
Daryl Reads
Daryl Reads rated it 3 years ago
I got this for $1.99 on sale hoping to buy the others as well after reading it. The rest of the series has gone back to normal price at $7.99 per short story! At under 100 pages each, there is no way to justify the price... Very disappointing. The story was interesting and well worth $1.99 but I w...
Brian's Book Blog
Brian's Book Blog rated it 5 years ago
Collection of tales following the Dinochrome Brigade as they defend a planet against a new alien threat. Starts with some older models in the opening engagements then moves up to new Mark XXXIV's.All of the stories are focused on one planet and one enemy, rather than just being a collection of short...
jbarrett5 book reviews, etc
jbarrett5 book reviews, etc rated it 8 years ago
A Holiday Explained by J Steven YorkEaster Bunny meets up with SC, Santa Claus and they go through somethings of their own holiday celebration.Bunny asks about his schemes to get kids to ask for what he wants to make them, tinsel tax, and kickbacks.Really a story of how the chocolate Easter Bunny be...
wealhtheow
wealhtheow rated it 11 years ago
A mediocre-at-best collection of stories about Evil Overlords. Tanya Huff and Nina Kiriki Hoffman (no surprise there) wrote the only two stories worth reading. The stories aren't even offensively or impressively bad--just sort of boring and banal.
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