Stories by Adam-Troy Castro, Paul Levinson, Thomas R. Dulski, Larry Niven, Paula S. Jordan, Edward M. Lerner, Dave Creek, Jerry Oltion
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Mary Rosenblum. Lion Walk. Science thriller set in an African game reserve where the second body in a few weeks is found – or rather, the remains of a second body, the lions, vultures and pack dogs having been at the unfortunate victims. A game warden has to choose how public to go with these […]
Hmmm, the first post-Dozois issue. Having to cope with that change alongside the Interzone change, don’t these people realise that a high proportion of SF readers are borderline autistic, and can’t handle change very well? Susan Palwick. The Fate of Mice. The mouse in question is Rodney, a lab mouse. But not your common or […]
A hefty double-issue with pretty much something to please everyone.
The content pretty much left me unmoved.
PDF version reviewed. Karl Schroeder. Sun of Suns, Part II. Second part of a novel serialisation. Harry Turtledove. Audubon in Atlantis. Another alternate history from Turtledove. His ‘He Woke in Darkness’ (Asimovs, Aug 2005) recently gave an (obvious) alternate take on the Civil Rights movement, Here he details a scientific journey in which a possibly […]
Michael A. Burstein. Sanctuary. A Catholic Priest is giving a mass to those on a multi-species space station who are part of his flock. An alien begs for sanctuary in the ‘church’, claiming persecution. Some tricky dilemmas are posed, as the nature of the alien – criminal, heretic or persecuted – is open to interpretation, […]
Joe Haldeman. Camouflage. Novel serialisation – Part I of III. Story illustration by Wolf Read, and, to be frank, if Analog can’t/won’t spend the money on decent illustrations for their stories perhaps they should follow Asimovs’ lead and do without? Grey Rollins. Greater Fleas Have Lesser Fleas. (The story illustration by Broeck Steadman is of […]