Elements



Elements Award winning author Suzanne Church s cast of distinct characters asks What if in this collection of science fiction, fantasy, and horror short fiction.Can humanity survive an ice age Will the storm man steal Wanda s baby When will Bob and Sebbee escape the relentless march of the Lost Circle What is the cause of the taint in Faya s courted ice If you can t escape hell, can you at least afford a trip on a teleporting couch Church infuses emotion into every tale Whether quirky or horrific, the prose deftly snatches the reader onto a whirlwind expedition of laughter and sorrow. Best Read Elements By Suzanne Church For Kindle ePUB or eBook – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 272 pages
  • Elements
  • Suzanne Church
  • 10 November 2017
  • 1770530428

13 thoughts on “Elements

  1. Michael Martineck says:

    And this title was just right I had read a bevy of Suzanne Church s stories before and became a bigger and bigger fan with each one When I heard the title of her collection would be Elements I humphed It seemed too simple to me Her stories cover horror, fantasy, science fiction in a myriad of sub genres with poignancy, bending tension and welcome dose of humor They are, none of them, simple After reading the bundle, I ve changed my humph to a nod All the elements of great story tell And this title was just right I had read a bevy of Suzanne Church s stories before and became a bigger and bigger fan with each one When I heard the title of her collection would be Elements I humphed It seemed too simple to me Her stories cover horror, fantasy, science fiction in a myriad of sub genres with poignancy, bending tension and welcome dose of humor They are, none of them, simple After reading the bundle, I ve changed my humph to a nod All the elem...

  2. Robert Bose says:

    A fantastic set of stories I especially enjoyed the Teleporting Couch Universe trio I d love to readset in that one

  3. Becky says:

    I really enjoyed this short story collection I ve definitely realized that I react muchfavorably to genre short stories than realistic fiction short stories, apronounced preference than the same comparison for novels Imaginative and generally satisfying.

  4. Derek Newman-Stille says:

    In her short story collection Elements A Collection of Speculative Fiction Suzanne Church treks across stars, across time, beyond the human experience, into the magical, the mystical, the dark, infusing pages with otherworldly imagination that invite us to be fellow travellers into the unknown She crosses genre boundaries, infusing each with new life brought trough experiences submerging in the others Her work touches the barriers between horror, science fiction, and fantasy, playing with rea In her short story collection Elements A Collection of Speculative Fiction Suzanne Church treks across stars, across time, beyond the human experience, into the magical, the mystical, the dark, infusing pages with otherworldly imagination that invite us to be fellow travellers into the unknown She crosses genre boundaries, infusing each with new life brought trough experiences submerging in the others Her work touches the barriers between horror, science fiction, and fantasy, playing with reader expectations and expanding the scope of the reader s imagination.Elements IS fundamentally elemental, not just because some of her characters play with weather the elements and with the elements of fire and water, or even because some of her androids are named after elements from the Periodic Table, but because there is something both incredibly large and incredibly intimate about her work because whether it be about aliens, androids, sentient coffee cups, future warriors,...

  5. Steven Cole says:

    Full disclosure I received a copy of this from tor.com for free, which is always a good price Perhaps it made me like the bookThough I doubt it This is a masterful collection of short, speculative fiction Masterful. And I do mean short Many of these stories are less than twenty pages long one is only 117 words If other writers are to be believed and I certainly believe them , stories of this length are extremely hard to get right Church gets it right.These stories are all set in v Full disclosure I received a copy of this from tor.com for free, which is always a good price Perhaps it made me like the bookThough I doubt it This is a masterful collection of short, speculative fiction Masterful. And I do mean short Many of these stories are less than twenty pages long one is only 117 words If other writers are to be believed and I certainly believe them , stories of this length are extremely hard to get right Church gets it right.These stories are all set in various odd situations or environments, and have extremely high emotional impact I was left reeling, pondering, and rethinking over and over again.And I ve ...

  6. Stuart Lutzenhiser says:

    I ve always enjoyed being a member of a book discussion group just because of this kind of book That is a book that I enjoyed and discovering and author I didn t know that I wouldn t have been likely to have found on my own This is a collection of some twenty stories Most of them stand alone stories, although three of them are linked in a common world Like most short story collections that I ve read, I ve enjoyed some of them, others I haven t but that s how it is There is a story of a gi I ve always enjoyed being a member of a book discussion group just because of this kind of book That is a book that I enjoyed and discovering and author I didn t know that I wouldn t have been likely to have found on my own This is a collection of some twenty stories Most of them stand alone stories, although three of them are linked in ...

  7. Steve Stanton says:

    This debut collection of short speculative fiction shows the incredible versatility of an emerging Canadian author Suzanne Church uses a sparse, conversational style to engage empathy from the reader, and delivers a wide range of innovation across the speculative genres from zany, ridiculous romps of fantasy to dark, Kafkaesque science fiction Many of the stories deal with broken relationships, lost possibilities and interpersonal pain, and some tales are gritty and poignant Suzanne Church is This debut collection of short speculative fiction shows the incredible versatility of an emerging Canadian author Suzanne Church uses a sparse, conversational style to engage empathy from the reader, and delivers a wide range of innovation across the speculative genres from zany, ridiculous romps of fantasy to dark, Kafkaesque science fiction Man...

  8. Kim Killian says:

    I enjoyed Suzanne Church s Elements A Collection of Speculative Fiction yet I haven t quite finished the book for I know when I read those last few stories, my journey will end.Elements by Suzanne Church is a ...

  9. Vanessa Ricci-Thode says:

    This is the best anthology I ve read in a very long time Maybe ever Haunting and hopefully and even full of whimsy and dark humour The Tear Closet is quite possibly the best short story I ve ever read Church s un...

  10. Lou Sytsma says:

    Excellent collection of short stories Very imaginative and unique too Which is always welcome Stories range from self aware personal items, indoctrinated gene mutation that turns us into rats and cockroaches, plus ravenous soul sucking ghosts afraid of facing the a...

  11. Jennles says:

    Like most short story collections, this had a mix of great stories and boring stories The great ones made it worth it and I skipped the others.

  12. Jonathan Crowe says:

    My review at AE The Canadian Science Fiction Review.

  13. Mandy Eve-Barnett says:

    Suzanne creates such believable characters and circumstances in all of these short stories with real skill Several stories would easily become full length novels.

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