Do androids dream of electric sugar plums?
A detective who refuses to modify her body teams up with her cyborg rival to track down a burglar who is putting toys into homes. A solitary ice miner finds love and friendship while stranded on the surface of Galileo. And two hardheaded negotiators put their differences aside to evade an assassin and save their planets. Enjoy these visions of Christmases yet to come with three science-fiction novellas from Carina Press.
Edited by Angela James, this anthology includes:
- How the Glitch Saved Christmas by Stacy Gail
- Galileo's Holiday by Sasha Summers
- Winter Fusion by Anna Hackett
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Winter Fusion, by Anna Hackett -----
Loved it. Fun, romantic story,
How the Glitch Saved Christmas, by Stacy Gail ----
Liked it. The characters could have used a bit more depth ti them but over all I liked it.
Galileo's Holiday, by Sasha Summers ---
This one I'm sorry to say but I just found it boring. The characters felt off and not really believable.
The narrators did a good job with their stories.
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