A few years hence, but teenage girls are still teenage girls. Young Janice and her friends lead a recognisable life to contemporary teens, with some high tech improvements, including a skin-colour changing capability, to combat the threat of melanoma.
A strong collection, with the Purdom story somewhat of a struggle.
I missed this when it first hit the shelves, so a mini-review some months after
For me, other than the Fintushel story, a fairly average bunch. Mind you, the preview of the next issue is most impressive.
Moby Quilt. Eleanor Arnason. Another formulaic Lydia Duluth story which gets perilously close to plot
Father to the Man. Robert Reed. The concluding chapter of a five-tale sequence, begun back
Reflections. Robert Silverberg The latest technological developments in slowing the speed of laser light give