Ranging from humorous to dark and gritty, to the downright dark, every story in the Alien Science Fiction series has one thing in common — aliens.
The first five stories here either directly take an alien's viewpoint, or feature the effect of alien life on humans, or journey to alien worlds, whether real or virtual.
The first story is No Cry For Help is a whodunit set on an alien world where a humanoid species have developed from a dolphin like ancestor. When Professor Cree Caarlso receives a desperate call from an old friend, he finds himself the only one who can help.
Next up is Alien Plant Dreams, where a lonely man's life takes a sinister turn when he raises a truly alien plant species inside his house.
Third in the series is Blood Sick. A vampire must have blood to survive, even if that vampire is an alien shipwrecked on Earth after a secret landing to harvest human blood. But surviving on human blood comes at a high cost, both for this vampire, and her victims. A dark tale, not for the faint hearted.
In We, a story of an alien takeover of earth is told from the perspective of a hive minded species determined to eliminate humanity. But can humanity, unwittingly, convince the hive mind to change itself, and stop the carnage.
Fifth in the series and last in this volume is Happiness Worms on Lamm??? Lurk on a travel forum from another galaxy and help a Gooboy find the answers to questions like —what is true lasting happiness, and how can you find it? What's the truth about the Happiness Worms on Lamm Island? And just who exactly are the Transync Monks?