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There’s a Main Character with Chronic Pain in Machine by Elizabeth Bear

Note: I make an effort not to include any spoilers in my essay, but you may extrapolate some possibilities from how the main character manages her condition. Please take this into account before deciding to read further. I have been … Continue reading

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The Year’s Best Science Fiction Vol. 1 Edited by Jonathan Strahan (Part 2)

The Saga Anthology of Science Fiction 2020 As I read through the second half of this book, I found the editor’s focus on current concerns led to several stories with themes and elements in common. I’d expect something like this … Continue reading

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The Year’s Best Science Fiction Vol. 1 Edited by Jonathan Strahan (Part 1)

The Saga Anthology of Science Fiction 2020 Anthologies can be hit or miss depending on the editor’s vision. I picked this one up on NetGalley hoping to see a glimpse of the current short fiction world. What I didn’t expect … Continue reading

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The Space Between Worlds by Micaiah Johnson

This is a science fiction novel built around the multiverse theory. It jumps into an interesting explanation of how the system works from the start. That interest soon turns dark as the health and longevity differences found with economic disparity … Continue reading

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The Seep by Chana Porter

This is not an easy book to review. What makes it fascinating is both simple and so integrated that I struggle not to reveal what should come out as you read. Not every reader will appreciate the novel as, though … Continue reading

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