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  1. Alexandra Alexandra says:

    Paperback Ï Menial Kindle Ì menial free, Menial eBookReviewing an anthology is always a bit difficult than reviewing a novel So is rating it Does one poor story deserve to bring down the entire anthology Should I mention every single storyI gave this anthology a 5 star rating I do not do this because every single story blew me away; they didn't although I don't remember any story that I loathed which is impressive in its own right Partly I was predisposed to being impressed by the anthology because of the theme the menial That is no heirs misplaced at birth no admirals or planetary governors or princesses starring here; instead it's the miners the sewerage workers the grunts who feature Not to say that the stories don't feature action or adventure they do but largely it's action that happens in the course of everyday work and often because of accidents the sor


  2. Paul Paul says:

    Paperback Ï Menial Kindle Ì menial free, Menial eBookMost science fiction stories are bout tall suare jawed adventurers exploring the galaxy and singlehandedly vanuishing the alien foe What about the people who perform the unexciting blue collar jobs that make the voyages possibleA being of indeterminate gender maintains a ship's waste treatment system A female asteroid miner has a uniue companion It is an alien constructed being made from human sperm It looks exactly like a human but on the inside there is no mind or personality Imagine an episode of the TV show The Deadliest Catch moved to the asteroid belt On Titan a human miner is caught in the conveyor belt that carries the pieces of rock out of the mine and deposits them in a giant pile in open vacuum A trio of women spens their days walk


  3. Michael Michael says:

    Paperback Ï Menial Kindle Ì menial free, Menial eBookI won this book in a Goodreads giveaway I don't normally care for books of short stories but I must say that each and every one of these stories were highly entertaining I recommend reading Menial I look forward to works from these authors


  4. Cj Cj says:

    Paperback Ï Menial Kindle Ì menial free, Menial eBookThis has to be one of my favorite collection of short stories that I've ever read Kelly Jennings Shay Darrach and the various authors who contributed to this book really hit their goal of portraying exploring the not so typical careers of your average science fiction protagonist Some of my favorite short stories from this include Diamond in the Rough by AJ Fitzwater Sarah 87 by Camille Alexa The Didibug Pin by Barbara Krasnoff and The Heart of the Union by Dany


  5. Ilona Ilona says:

    Paperback Ï Menial Kindle Ì menial free, Menial eBookI picked this because it was about unusual jobs in Science Fiction and I was glad I had done so There were some really good stories in there Unfortunately one or two I didn't like but that was because of my taste than that there was anything actually wrong with the stories Overall there is a nice diversity of stories and anyone who enjoys short Science Fiction stories should at least give it a try


  6. Matt Cowens Matt Cowens says:

    Paperback Ï Menial Kindle Ì menial free, Menial eBookBrilliant collection with a diverse range of characters styles etc Highly enjoyable


  7. Victoria Lee Victoria Lee says:

    Paperback Ï Menial Kindle Ì menial free, Menial eBookI really enjoyed the stories in this anthology The stories were diverse in uniue locales and the main characters in each story are not your normal protagonists


  8. Shara Shara says:

    Paperback Ï Menial Kindle Ì menial free, Menial eBookI feel the need to explain the rating just a bit1 I adore the concept of the anthology It's a fantastic concept that I hope inspires stories in this vein Hell if I'd known when the submission period was I know an SF writer I would've demanded submit to this Maybe there will be a volume two2 But like all anthologies not every story is a home run for the reader And there were a few diamonds in the rough for me as a reader most of the stories simply did not work for me Sometimes it was a technical issue where I felt the craft wasn't up to par other times the story wasn't a story so much as a concept a revelation of an idea that was essentially the climax and that was it which often left me feeling unsatisfied So by and large the stories I liked I REALLY liked and those I didn't weighed down the experience of the anthology as a whole It was just by and large an okay experience hence the two star rating


  9. Marlena Marlena says:

    Paperback Ï Menial Kindle Ì menial free, Menial eBookLoved this collection of science fiction stories with main characters who work in skilled labor Science fiction is often told from the perspectives of white male people in power or heroes These stories were real because when space travel and living becomes viable workers will be needed in that new frontier Thanks for telling the stories of those who are often forgotten or shadowed but who build the cities and buildings and places we live in


  10. Tyrannosaurus regina Tyrannosaurus regina says:

    Paperback Ï Menial Kindle Ì menial free, Menial eBookWith so many of these stories I was ready to go all in the characters were really great and the settings were intriguing and then they were over and I wished there were story Not in length but in depths and complexity; there is so much potential richness here and I would have loved to see it explored


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