Triangulation Parsec Ink Presents The Thirteenth Volume In Its Celebrated Speculative Fiction Anthology Series This Year, Twenty One Authors From Around The World Explore Everything We Hunger For, From Our Noblest Desires To Our Darkest Cravings Robots And Dragons Contemplate Their Crimes Of Passion An Artist Must Decide If Greatness Is Worth The Terrible Cost Earth S Finest Chef Finds The Unlikely Way To An Alien Overlord S Heart Revenge And Romance Bloom On The Borders Of Reality Satisfy Your Craving For Great Storytelling Today Featuring Stories By Blaize M Kaye NG Lancaster Melissa Mead Thomas Pask Jason J McCuiston Jeffrey B Burton KG Anderson Angus Cervantes Belle Wong CR Beideman Rhonda Eikamp Holly Schofield Jack Lothian Frances Pauli Katherine Quevedo Erica Ruppert CR Hodges Michael Robertson Kevin M Folliard Alter S Reiss Tom Marcinko

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Triangulation book, this is one of the most wanted Frank Oreto author readers around the world.

[BOOKS] ⚣ Triangulation  ⚡ Frank Oreto –
  • Paperback
  • 200 pages
  • Triangulation
  • Frank Oreto
  • 08 August 2019
  • 9781548648114

10 thoughts on “Triangulation

  1. says:

    As one of the authors in this delightfully weird anthology, modesty forbids me from giving it a rating However, if my story were not included among its pages, I would give it an unequivocal five stars Although The Last Red Lantern is one of my best, it is by far not the best in this book maybe not even in the top ten That s how good I think this collection of speculative stories is From the first word of Frank Oreto s Introduction to the last line of Tom Marcinko s Speak American you will find every permutation and interpretation of the word appetite From the physical craving for sustenance whether that be food or something else to the need for personal fulfillment and identity, to the desire for gratification and companionship These themes are explored across a variety of canvases in the speculative genre science fiction, fantasy, horror, and everything in between.

  2. says:

    I received this book as a gift from a friend Appetites contains a bountiful selection of speculative fiction stories in many savory styles which any delicious anthology should I enjoyed reading many of the stories, but since not every writing style is for every person, there are a couple stories I felt could have been better However, that did not curb my palate from enjoying the the rest of the tasty goodies The well written stories contained in this flavorful anthology will whet your appetite for The overall production and editing on the anthology was delectable Kudos to Frank and Douglass for crafting a satisfying first anthology Star Rating 4.625 stars out of 5 1 Did you like the stories 4 stars2 Does the anthology move at a good pace 4 stars3 Is the book design interior professional 5 stars4 Is the book cover professional 5 stars5 Is the editing well done punctuation, grammar and spelling all proper, with few errors 5 stars6 Are the POV s consistent throughout each story 5 stars7 Originality of the stories 5 stars8 Enjoyment of the stories overall 4 stars

  3. says:

    Some of these stories are truly amazing And all of them were worth the time it took to read them I m glad to have some authors to follow up on Erica Ruppert s Predation was one that was particularly well written and emotionally powerful On to anthologies.

  4. says:

    I purchased this book during the book launch at Confluence 2017 I do not have a story in this anthology.Go get it Well worth the read

  5. says:

    Frank Oreto and I are lucky guys, to have found the stories we did for this edition Nothing I would change here.

  6. says:

    A thought provoking and well rounded anthology Standout stories for me were The Last Frost Giant by C R Hodges and Othermeat by Rhonda Eikamp I definitely recommend picking up a copy.

  7. says:

    Grade A Anthology Great stories.

  8. says:

    I received this book for free through Voracious Readers Only.Triangulation Appetites is an amazing collection of short stories themed around Appetites in the widest sense of the word I loved the range of interpretations of the theme The stories range from horror to fantasy and science fiction, and the overall quality of the writing and editing is very high Short story collections are always a good opportunity to discover new authors and there s definitely some here I want to check out I love how this book gives a little information about the author at the end of each story.My personal favourite stories of this bundle were Last Contact by Melissa Mead, Mining Rough by Frances Pauli and Free to Good Home by Michael Robertson.If you have an appetite for thoughtful and dark stories, this is the book for you

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