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Amazons: Heroines and Villainesses
by John E. Christ
Women, in a balanced world, comprise one half of the population. In ancient mythology Amazons were a special race of women known for their exceptional warrior skills. In any case, women are different from men, not only anatomically, but intellectually, or are they? Take a journey into the tales of women as heroines and villainesses. Decide for yourself how different they are from men. In The Stripper discover the future of sex in an age where direct contact is dangerous. Stella’s Revenge follows a course of revenge against the villain in the first story. The Number in a lottery turns out to be something different than expected. A writer in Fran discovers a fictional character can become reality in an alternate story of the Frankenstein legend. The relationship between husband and possessive wife takes a bizarre twist in Toxic Love. A man really loses his head over the love of a woman in A Voice Forever. A man in a stroll after dark in Central Park is saved by a mysterious benefactor in Al’X. A female gladiator performs beyond expectations in a match rigged by Nero in Gaullina Pulchra. Women doctors get the best of a male chauvinist in Snip. A solo trip around Mars in a balloon is a lifetime goal in The Red Balloon. A woman terrorist finds love at the last moment in Booby Trap. A scientist creates a robot in the likeness of his mother in Experimental Fabricated Female Intelligent Entity. Lastly, the missing story from the beginning of time told about Adam’s Daughter.
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