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#EPUB ⚣ The Vintage Egg (Postcards From Tomorrow, #1) á Six short stories Six sneak peeks into the lives of people living in Australia at the end of the st century Six postcards from the futureAlthough each one of these science fiction stories stands alone, together they tell a story about a time and a world very different to our own Like the present, the future will be a mix of good and bad, but to the people living in it, the late st century will just be now What they make of it is up to them However our now is up to us We are the ones who will decide, in a million little ways, whether their future comes true or not If you don t look back it s hard to imagine how much life has changed even in the last century It would be interesting to try to explain the nuances of modern life to someone who never lived in the 20th century If like me you don t think too much about the future beyond the next decade or so, A.C Flory s Postcards From Tomorrow does this in reverse and takes us to a future where there are the last vestiges of a lifestyle we can recognise but people who haven t changed that much at all a futu If you don t look back it s hard to imagine how much life has changed even in the last century It would be interesting to try to explain the nuances of modern life to someone who never lived in the 20th century If like me you don t think too much about the future beyond the next decade or so, A.C Flory s Postcards From Tomorrow does this in reverse and takes us to a future where there are the last vestiges of a lifestyle we can recognise but people who haven t changed that much at all a future that is magically and disturbingly real The Vintage Egg is an excellent mini collection of connected science fiction stories A.C Flory manages to create a balance between humanity and an exploration of a dystopian future with scientific, social and environmental problems based on our own.In some ways it harkens back to classic science fiction stories, as it explores the logical extensions of today s ills But The Vintage Egg has a big heart, so the stories work on another level, creating another kind of connection with today The ch The Vintage Egg is an excellent mini collection of connected science fiction stories A.C Flory manages to create a balance between humanity and an exploration of a dystopian future with scientific, social and environmental problems based on our own.In some ways it harkens back to classic science fiction stories, as it explores the logical extensions of today s ills But The Vintage Egg has a big heart, so the stories work on another level, creating another kind of connection with today The characters are genuine and readers easily identify with their futuristic dilemmas because of their fundamental humanity The lure of total immersion gaming, the family dynamic that sets up a conflict between dreamers and realists and the fear and helplessness of extreme old age, all play starring roles along with the technology Original, well paced, entertaining science fictionThis short story collection packs a lot of punch for its size Skipping about in time in various locations towards the end of this century, the six linked shorts cover practical futuristic issues like immersion in online gaming, as well as basic human tendencies like caring for defenceless creatures and dreaming of a better future.I found all the stories to be written in an entertaining manner, and there can be no doubt that the text has been pro Original, well paced, entertaining science fictionThis short story collection packs a lot of punch for its size Skipping about in time in various locations towards the end of this century, the six linked shorts cover practical futuristic issues like immersion in online gaming, as well as basic human tendencies like caring for defenceless creatures and dreaming of a better future.I found all the stories to be written in an entertaining manner, and there can be no doubt that the text has been properly edited and correctly proofread.I would not hesitate to recommend this short story collection to anyone who enjoys entertaining, accessible science fiction with a nice twist of originality, and I look forward to book 2 of Postcards From Tomorrow