A Fistful of Credits Stories from the Four Horsemen Universe Fourteen outstanding authors Fourteen extraordinary stories One bestselling universe It s the Twenty Second Century The galaxy has opened up to humanity as a hyperactive beehive of stargates and new t

  • Title: A Fistful of Credits: Stories from the Four Horsemen Universe
  • Author: ChrisKennedy Mark Wandrey Terry Mixon Doug Dandridge Jason Cordova Kevin Ikenberry Kacey Ezell Jon Del Arroz
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  • Page: 350
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Fourteen outstanding authors Fourteen extraordinary stories One bestselling universe It s the Twenty Second Century The galaxy has opened up to humanity as a hyperactive beehive of stargates and new technologies, and we suddenly find ourselves in a vast playground of different races, environments, and cultures There s just one catch we are pretty much at the bottom oFourteen outstanding authors Fourteen extraordinary stories One bestselling universe It s the Twenty Second Century The galaxy has opened up to humanity as a hyperactive beehive of stargates and new technologies, and we suddenly find ourselves in a vast playground of different races, environments, and cultures There s just one catch we are pretty much at the bottom of the food chain Enter the Four Horsemen universe, where only a willingness to fight and die for money separates Humans from the majority of the other races Enter a galaxy not only of mercenaries, but also of Peacemakers, bounty hunters, and even a strung out junkie in the way of a hired assassin Edited by bestselling authors and universe creators Mark Wandrey and Chris Kennedy, A Fistful of Credits includes all new stories in the Four Horsemen universe by a variety of bestselling authors and some you may not have heard of yet The fourteen authors take on various aspects of the universe, giving you additional insight into a galaxy that isn t at war but definitely isn t at peace There s only one thing for sure anything s possible for a fistful of credits Inside you ll find Foreword by Dr Charles E Gannon The Last Alpha by Mark Wandrey Breach of Contract by Terry Mixon Paint the Sky by Jason Cordova Surf and Turf by Jon R Osborne Stand on It by Kevin Ikenberry Lost and Found by Jon Del Arroz Gilded Cage by Kacey Ezell Legends by Christopher Woods With the Eagles by Doug Dandridge Dead or Alive by Paul Corcoran Hide and Seek by Christopher Nuttall Information Overload by Charity Ayres Enough by Chris Kennedy CASPer s Ghost by Brad R Torgersen Want to keep up with the Four Horsemen universe Visit chriskennedypublishing and subscribe to the mailing list

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    1. Summary: Today my book review will be a bit different, as I’m going over an anthology that I recently bought.  This is the first anthology set in the Four Horsemen Universe and doesn’t directly involve the four book series arc.  Instead, it tells tales on the periphery of the world created by Mark Wandrey and Chris Kennedy.  Since it’s a collection of short stories, I’ve picked a few I really liked to give you my thoughts on.  If anyone has a different or better format for an antholo [...]

    2. “The First Alpha” by Mark Wandrey was a look into life on Earth in the Four Horsemen Universe (4HU). Things on humanity's home planet are not good. People are broke to the point where most of them can't afford a simple breakfast out. Crime is rampant and infrastructure is crumbling. Our “hero” is a guy named Zeke. He's sneaky. He's resourceful. He's got a plan. This was an entertaining story with a surprise ending that I never saw coming but that made sense once I read it. Overall, I rea [...]

    3. Papa Pat Rambles has more information on this book: habakkuk21/2017/0If memory serves, when I was looking for material, I heard that 'Fistful of Credits' was introduced at LibertyCon, so I grabbed it up. The stories are perfect, the intro material needs some work, because the links to the two prelude stories don't work, and editor Chris Kennedy's publishing website is still printed in Latin with pictures of generic people smiling.Nice work on the cover! An appropriately mecha-looking suit with a [...]

    4. Another great addition to the Four Horsemen Universe (the 4HU). This is a series of short stories from 14 of todays best Sci Fi writers, all set in the 4HU. Most are about the work done by mercenary companies from Earth, but several are about Peacemakers, which will be further explored in Peacemaker by Kevin Ikenberry (out now). I liked all the stories, even though several of them were simply too short, so I hope to read more of them in the sequels coming later this year. (Or possibly in separat [...]

    5. Pint size escapades!The big thing about short stories is that they are only shorts! A good intro the the four horsemen universe but I prefer the full books, this collection intros you to characters but leaves you wanting more,it's like having a starter but not the main course!However these are stories are worth reading! Next!!

    6. Sorry for the lateness of this review, sometimes I have to take a break and read some classic westerns and preferably some well written nonfiction westerns. But I HAD to get back to my 4hu stories and this one is right up at the top. I highly recommend it. Thanks Chris and the numerous writers that made this an excellent book.

    7. Great authors Love the collection of authors used for this book. I really wish more serries would use the format of short stories and lots of authors. So much diversity of writing in a such a little package. This book is a great addition to the 4 horsemen universe and I'm happy i got to be introduced to new authors. Which I'm now reading there books

    8. I like the entire series but not really into short stories. Thoroughly enjoyed this book, have nothing bad to say about any of the stories and quite a few I would like to see more of the characters and their stories.

    9. If you love the four horseman series you will enjoy this I enjoyed the majority of the short stories in this book some took me a bit to get through as didn't enjoy as much but overall enjoyed the book

    10. I really enjoy some of these short Sci-Fi stories done by different authors. Several of the authors in this collection I am familiar with, while several were new whom I will be looking for more of their work.

    11. Because who wouldn't want to read a book with 14 different stories and 14 different authors? Yes, please!This futuristic novel was an edge of your seat type of book. Once you start, don't plan on doing anything else other than reading it because IT IS JUST THAT GOOD!

    12. WowAny or all of these could spark new stories. Hell I want them to continue since you have just wet my appetite!!

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