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Lights in the Deep Ten Astounding Tales By Triple Award Nominee Brad R Torgersen Go On Fantastic New Adventures At The Bottom Of Earth S Oceans And At The Edge Of The Solar System Meet Humans Who Are Utterly Alien And Aliens Who Are All Too Human Originally Featured In The Pages Of Analog Science Fiction And Fact Magazine As Well As Orson Scott Card S InterGalactic Medicine Show, These Stories Are Gathered Here For The First Time, Along With Anecdotes And Other Commentary From The Author Introductions By Stanley Schmidt, Mike Resnick And Allan Cole Features The Stories Ray Of Light 2012 Hugo Nebula Nominee , Outbound 2011 Analog Readers Choice Award Winner , And Exanastasis 2010 Writers Of The Future Award Winner.

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  • Paperback
  • 346 pages
  • Lights in the Deep
  • Brad R. Torgersen
  • English
  • 27 April 2018
  • 1614750742

10 thoughts on “Lights in the Deep

  1. says:

    What I think fiction ought to do,than anything else Illuminate the way, shine a spiritual beacon, tell us that there is a bright point in the darkness, a light to guide the way, when all other paths are cast in shadow If our stories can t do that for us what s the point In his essay On the Growth of Fantasy ...

  2. says:

    I haven t read a single author short fiction collection in over 15 years It was Otherness by David Brin, which I read in high school But I came across Brad Torgersen s blog in reading up about the 2014 Hugo award controversy and I was struck 1 by his writing and 2 by the fact that so many of the short stories in the collection were award winners Ray of Light was a 2012 Hugo Nebula nominee, Outbound was a 2011 Analog Readers Choice Award winner, and Exanastasis was a 2010 Writers o I haven t read a single author short fiction collection in over 15 years It was Otherness by David Brin, which I read in high school But I came across Brad Torgersen s blog in reading up about the 2014 Hugo award controversy and I was struck 1 by his writing and 2 by the fact that so many of the short stories in the collection were award winners Ray of Light was a 2012 Hugo Nebula nominee, Outbound was a 2011 Analog Readers Choice Award winner, and Exanastasis was a 2010 Writers of the Future Award winner.The book didn t disappoint It was fantastic Torgersen writes with a confident, clear, and smooth prose style that is perfectly adapted to his brand of science fiction And by his brand of science fiction I mean the classical kind great stories often adventure in which the science is essential but not overbearing The exposition is always just enough to be interesting Whether it s an altern...

  3. says:

    Finding Lights in the Deep was one of those happy accidents that leads to lost sleep and happy day dreams.Nominee for the Hugo, Nebula, and Campbell awards and winner of the 2010 Writers of the Future award, Brad R Torgersen is one of the newest authors to join the ranks of published science fiction, and when he makes it big, I want the record to reflect that I was among the first to tout his writing, at least in the fan world I first met him after a writers panel on Salt Lake Comic Con s fir Fi...

  4. says:

    Outbound4 STARSA child to adult journey from destruction of solar system due to human warfare, to Neptune beyond, traveling decades, having every warm relationship ripped away at each stage by sheer vicissitudes of space In time, even his own humanity.The most beautiful part of this story is how vividly the characters come alive, how their emotional lives are inseparably interwoven with their actions and journey This is how we really are, no matter how SF likes to pretend otherwise High Outbound4 STARSA child to adult journey from destruction of solar system due to human warfare, to Neptune beyond, traveling decades, having every warm relationship ripped away at each stage by sheer vicissitudes of space In time, even his own humanity.The most beautiful part of this story is how vividly the characters come alive, how their emotional lives are inseparably interwoven with their actions and journey This is how we really are, no matter how SF likes to pretend otherwise Highly recommended.Gemini 173.5 STARSAlternate history story, two persecuted minorities black American and Russian woman,...

  5. says:

    This collection of short stories comes with some attractive sounding recommendations from other SF authors Torgersen himself seems eager to sell the book to the reader, even once you ve got it in your hands the stories are interspersed with anecdotes about his successes in selling to magazines or collaborating with other authors who are to a man impressed with Torgersen s brilliance.Torgersen often deals with themes of military life and religious faith, and as someone not particularly intere This collection of short stories comes with some attractive sounding recommendations from other SF authors Torgersen himself seems eager to sell the book to the reader, even once you ve got it in your hands the stories are interspersed with anecdotes about his successes in selling to magazines or collaborating with other authors who are to a man impressed with Torgersen s brilliance.Torgersen...

  6. says:

    I enjoyed all the stories and I m a fan of Brad R Torgersen I bought this book especially for my library as my South Sydney library didn t have a copy I think The Chaplain s Assistant is not very reflective of a Christian or Baptist church.The Assistant to the Chaplain is very reluctant where he should be passionate and servant hearted If this is what he has chosen or been called to do with his life, he could have spent years equipping himself with God s word Why does he feel so inept to I enjoyed all the stories and I m a fan of Br...

  7. says:

    Excellent collection of science fiction short stories

  8. says:

    My first exposure to the works of Brad R Torgersen was the story Ray of Light in the November 2011 Analog Like David Levine s Tk Tk Tk , I thought it was worthy of awards nominations as soon as it came out I forgot the author s name, over time, and then saw he was up for a Nebula for that story.I requested a copy of the anthology it was in, for review Brad sent along a copy of THE CHAPLAINS WAR, which is not a small press publication so I could not review it over at Abyss Apex bu My first exposure to the works of Brad R Torgersen was the story Ray of Light in the November 2011 Analog Like David Levine s Tk Tk Tk , I thought it was worthy of awards nominations as soon as it came out I forgot the author s name, over time, and then saw he was up for a Nebula for that story.I requested a copy of the anthology it was in, for review Brad sent along a copy of THE CHAPLAINS WAR, which is not a small press publication so I could not review it over at Abyss Apex but they should make it into a movie, really and his other collection which I will also review RACERS OF THE NIGHT Before I get into the individual stories, let me just mention that I love the little afterwords that Torgersen adds after each piece, giving us an insight into his creative process They should be required reading for aspiring genre writers And these gems are written in such an accessible ...

  9. says:

    A strong anthology of Nivenesque science fiction My only real beef with this particular collection was that it seemed like every story was trying to find the ray of hope in a terrible, terrible backstory The cumulative background casualty count to these stories is many times the current population of the Earth, which I found somewhat taxing to consider despite the generally upbeat message behind the stories themselves The fac...

  10. says:

    Sort of a mixed bag, like most collections of short stories I guess Some are good, like the wonderfully constructed Outbound, Exiles of Eden or Exanastasis, and some just don t have enough meat on them to really be something, or are too simplistic.Torgersen is clearly to keep an eye on, though When he hits the target, he manages to create believable and immersive realities I am not a great fan of short stories myself because I find them too limited in terms of what you can achieve Torgersen Sort of a mixed bag, like most collections of short stories I guess Some are good, like the wonderfully constructed Outbound, Exiles of Eden or Exanastasis, and some just don t have enough meat on them to really be something, or are too simplistic.Torgersen is clearly to keep an eye on, though When he hits the target, he manages to create believable and immersive realities I am not a great fan of short stories myself because I find them too limited in terms of what you can achieve Torgersen seems to...

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