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    • Beautiful Machines: Tales of the Uncanny

    • By: Seth Chambers
    • Narrated by: Anna Maria Miosky, Jon
    • Length: 4 hrs and 45 mins
    • Unabridged
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    The uprising of machine consciousness is beautifully terrifying and arouses frightening questions. To what desperate lengths will an android go to fit in? How will we cope with boredom after the machines solve all our problems? Can a robot go insane? Is Artificial Intelligence an existential threat? Are thinking machines our friends? Our enemies? Or both?

    Regular price: £13.79

    • Little Bird

    • By: Seth Chambers
    • Narrated by: M. Foster, K. Foster
    • Length: 5 hrs and 36 mins
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    Despite her amazing abilities, all Sun Song Shia ever wanted was to be loved. But it's hard to find love when you don't even know who you really are. Little Bird is an expansion of In Her Eyes, originally published in F&SF, a nominee for the Sturgeon award, an honoree for the James Tiptree award, and included in the 2015 Year's Best Science Fiction and Fantasy Novellas (edited by Paula Guran).

    Regular price: £18.29

    • Rusty Bolts

    • By: Seth Chambers
    • Narrated by: Kane Prestenback
    • Length: 29 mins
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    Jim Rustenholtz was just one of the guys. Well, except for one small difference.

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    • We Happy Few

    • By: Seth Chambers
    • Narrated by: G. Michael Todd
    • Length: 1 hr and 25 mins
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    In this novelette, prisoners are used as lab rats in a ruthless series of temporal experiments. Physicists learn that it's possible to pillage and plunder the past without affecting the present, or so it seems. It seems as though there are no consequences to time travel. But one prisoner sees the fallacy of this, because nobody understands consequences like a con.

    Regular price: £6.59