Liu brings his story of an uploaded father (or the bits of him that are left in cyberspace following his death) and his daughter, to a satisfactory, and ultimately logical end.
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The cybernetic shit has really hit the fan (presumably a Dyson bladeless one), and the stakes are high as the AIs war amongst themselves.
Lacking an sfnal element, a story that doesn’t really fit the anthology.
A teen girl, victim of bullying at school, finds a strange source of help through an emoticon exchange with an anonymous online person.
A story that perhaps teeters a little over the dividing line between touching and sentimentality.
Take a deep breath and read it now. If you don’t read it now, you’ll be able to pick it up in one of the Year’s Best anthologies next year.
A technology enables individual to see with clarity an event that will happen to them in the future.
A subtle look at an alternate 20th century with gargantuan engineering undertaking that links the continents.