A short look at scientific rigour – is having a rationalist approach to everything at risk of blocking out the possibility of something beyond what is scientifically observable and provable and replicable?
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A neat little story with, as ever, some good characterisation from Kress,
Kress brings her trio of stories, and this trilogy/triptych to a satisfactory conclusion.
A decade or more on from the first installment, things on Earth have gone to hell in a handcart, and the generation of non-aggressive children have grown up…
A neat story that starts with ‘It was a dark and stormy night’…
Another classy Kress story, with getting the voice of the working class single mom protagonist spot on.
A short story looking at the potential to do things differently.
Kress does what she does best – creating some believable, flawed characters, and puts them in a believable, flawed setting.