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“The world belongs to us now. The humans were amazing, but their day has passed. Oh, there’s still a few of them out there, trying to take back the world they squandered. But without claws? Without fur? Without scent? Heh. Good luck to ‘em.” Fourteen shared-world tales of future fantasy and solarpunk from some of the brightest stars of anthropomorphic literature. After cala “The world belongs to us now. The humans were amazing, but their day has passed. Oh, there’s still a few of them out there, trying to take back the world they squandered. But without claws? Without fur? Without scent? Heh. Good luck to ‘em.” Fourteen shared-world tales of future fantasy and solarpunk from some of the brightest stars of anthropomorphic literature. After calamity and a new dark age, humans return from their flying cities to reclaim the Earth from the sentient animals that are its new inhabitants. Love and danger, power and promise, and a world to win or lose in the balance!


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“The world belongs to us now. The humans were amazing, but their day has passed. Oh, there’s still a few of them out there, trying to take back the world they squandered. But without claws? Without fur? Without scent? Heh. Good luck to ‘em.” Fourteen shared-world tales of future fantasy and solarpunk from some of the brightest stars of anthropomorphic literature. After cala “The world belongs to us now. The humans were amazing, but their day has passed. Oh, there’s still a few of them out there, trying to take back the world they squandered. But without claws? Without fur? Without scent? Heh. Good luck to ‘em.” Fourteen shared-world tales of future fantasy and solarpunk from some of the brightest stars of anthropomorphic literature. After calamity and a new dark age, humans return from their flying cities to reclaim the Earth from the sentient animals that are its new inhabitants. Love and danger, power and promise, and a world to win or lose in the balance!

13 review for Reclamation Project - Year One

  1. 4 out of 5

    Alice

    This was my second experience of writing in a shared universe, and I'm very impressed with the way it turned out, skilful editing seeding each story with references to one or two others. It's a rich playground, with furries, humans and a rogue AI existing in an uneasy balance after a mysterious event that crashed most technology. Editor John Robey's main stipulation was that the stories should be positive overall. Standouts for me were L. Rowyn's 'Insecurity', which took the concept somewhere no This was my second experience of writing in a shared universe, and I'm very impressed with the way it turned out, skilful editing seeding each story with references to one or two others. It's a rich playground, with furries, humans and a rogue AI existing in an uneasy balance after a mysterious event that crashed most technology. Editor John Robey's main stipulation was that the stories should be positive overall. Standouts for me were L. Rowyn's 'Insecurity', which took the concept somewhere no other story went - underwater - Royce Day's 'Silence and Sword', a fun adventure about restoring the freedom of a former child slave, and Kayode Lycaon's 'Dark Garden Lake', the only story set almost entirely on one of the flying human cities. My own story 'Star of the Savannah', since you ask, is basically The African Queen with a hyena playing Humphrey Bogart. You're welcome.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Nenekiri Bookwyrm

    Oftentimes apocalyptic media is shown to be grim and dark with little to no hope of a recovery for the characters in the setting. I'm very proud to be part of an anthology that seeks to buck that trend with stories that have more hope in them. Reclamation Project Year One is a shared setting that has humans and furries clashing over the remains of their shared planet. As is the case for settings like this, tensions between the two are high but the stories never lean into hopelessness. It's an an Oftentimes apocalyptic media is shown to be grim and dark with little to no hope of a recovery for the characters in the setting. I'm very proud to be part of an anthology that seeks to buck that trend with stories that have more hope in them. Reclamation Project Year One is a shared setting that has humans and furries clashing over the remains of their shared planet. As is the case for settings like this, tensions between the two are high but the stories never lean into hopelessness. It's an anthology that has a lot of variety as well. The setting lets the authors play with some very interesting concepts and it works out well. "Insecurity" is set completely underwater and "The Flavors of Sunlight" deals with animals who have scientifically augmented themselves to be able to photosynthesize. And in general, I just plain enjoyed the stories in the anthology. They were exactly the kind of sci-fi mixed with furry that I was hoping to get. Some of my personal favorites include: "Piece of Mind", "Silence and Sword", "Sewer Tea", "Star of the Savannah", and "The Flavors of Sunlight". My own story, "The Underground Star" follows Eli the rabbit as he navigates his teen years in the Warrens trying to climb a mysterious underground metal tower to grab the shining prize at the top.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Royce

    Summary: A thousand years ago human civilization collapsed, from a combination of environmental damage and the madness of a distributed AI known as Pax Machina. The surviving humans retreating to flying cities held aloft by massive anti-gravity generators, leaving the world below to Pax Machina and a near uncountable variety of genetically uplifted animals. Forty-five years ago one of those flying cities, Ambara, crashed to the earth, killing almost all of its inhabitants, and leaving its bones t Summary: A thousand years ago human civilization collapsed, from a combination of environmental damage and the madness of a distributed AI known as Pax Machina. The surviving humans retreating to flying cities held aloft by massive anti-gravity generators, leaving the world below to Pax Machina and a near uncountable variety of genetically uplifted animals. Forty-five years ago one of those flying cities, Ambara, crashed to the earth, killing almost all of its inhabitants, and leaving its bones to be picked over by the zoomorphs. In response to this disaster, the fractious human cities formed the Reclamation Project alliance, to try to contain and exploit the Zoomorph population, as the floating cities find themselves growing short of food and other resources. Now both sides maneuver around each other in a cold war for supremacy of the Earth, both of them constantly looking over their shoulders for threat of Pax Machina and wasteland raiders. Review: It's a little hypocritical for me to review this, given I've got a story in here, but I'm going to anyway. This shared world anthology edited by John "The Gneech" Robey was pitched as "Thundarr the Barbarian meets Solarpunk," and it pretty much fits the bill. Though several characters suffer personal tragedies, the overall theme is of hope and change for the better. There's a variety of styles within, from rollicking adventure, to contemplative philosophy, to determined cyberpunk style passive resistance, so there's something for everyone. I'm not going to review the stories individually, aside from noting that while a couple of stories didn't grab me, aside from one outright clunker (fortunately the shortest story overall) the writing was ranged from competently done to engrossing. My own tale was probably one of the more conventional ones, not adding much to the worldbuilding and being a pretty standard adventure with a little mystery added. Also, despite the elevator pitch, my story was the only one with a barbarian in it. ;p [1] Anyway, if you like furry stories with some post-apocalyptic sci-fi adventure, The Reclamation Project more than suits the bill. I'm hoping it proves popular enough that Furplanet will make it an annual publication. The Reclamation Project, Year One is available through Furplanet, and Amazon [1] Note to Self: Make sure Hamia shouts, "What sorcery is this?!" in his next appearance.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Blue

  5. 4 out of 5

    Cheryl

  6. 4 out of 5

    Carly

  7. 5 out of 5

    Erin

  8. 5 out of 5

    James Steele

  9. 4 out of 5

    Kylie

  10. 5 out of 5

    Adam Gould

  11. 4 out of 5

    Skit_Fox14

  12. 4 out of 5

    Izzy

  13. 5 out of 5

    Vitto

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