Crackling little story from Kress, who has been producing quality near-future socio-political stories for a l-o-n-g time (it’s over 20 yrs since ‘Beggars in Spain’!).
Here she looks at a father/daughter relationship that has been broken asunder, by the father’s creation of a technology that effectively keeps the have-nots away from the haves. Coming out of prison after a 15-year stretch, the revolutionary fires burn as bright in Caitlin as they ever have, but have dimmed in her former compatriots. She’s ready for another big, high-profile incident. Very big, and very personal.