Sci-Fi from the Rock

A daring collection of short stories from three names synonymous with science-fiction in Newfoundland.

Featuring stories taking place outside the main Engen canon, Sci-Fi from the Rock promises to take readers anywhere they can imagine and more!

Sci-Fi from the Rock (Pocket Paperback)
Hann, Lake & Collins

Sci-Fi from the Rock
Sci-Fi from the Rock

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Physical copies of Sci-Fi from the Rock have all sold out, but fret not! You can still get all the action you need: digitally! Just choose any of the digital download options below:

You can choose to either download Legacy of the Full Moon, Woven by the Thief, both made available for free from Engen Books!

Title Information:

ISBN: 978-0-9784342-9-8
Release Date: April 23, 2010
Status: Available
Book Type: Pocket Paperback (4 x 6.5 in)
Cover Price: US $5.99 / CAN $5.99 / UK £5.99
Page Count: 70

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Reviews

“Melanie Collins was the last book to read and I wasn’t disappointed. Melanie Collins has a wonderful way with words. Reading the stories makes me want to write again.”
Jeremy Bulloch, Boba Fett, April 2010

“Darren Hann can really write and he has an active imagination… he is inclined to include everything but the kitchen sink. I will definitely watch out for his prose in the future.”
John Robert Colombo, Colombo & Company, July 2010

“[Steve Lake’s] visit to the age-old conflict between vampires and werewolves is a good one, but too brief. I hope [he] will take this tale and develop it, hone it and publish a larger work with this story as an integral part.”
The Telegram, May 8, 2010

“Melanie Collins’ Woven by the Thief is flowery, delicate – yet layered – fantasy that depicts the nighttime relationship between dreamer and dream-taker.”
Jay Paulin, Ink’d Well Comics; June 2011

Each story has its own merits, but Hann’s interested me the most. Titled “The Time Diamond,” it felt inspired by works like Temple of Doom, Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home, and even Newfoundland’s own Captain Canada comics. This tale envisions a twisted sense of Canadiana that I found refreshing.”
David Reynolds, author of Superheroes: An Analysis of Popular Culture’s Modern Myths; April 29, 2015

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