Inventive setting and nice narrative from Cadigan, as a young woman narrates a visit to their Martian colony by a representative from Earth.
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Cadigan gets the solar system-constrained themed collection off to a fine start, with a narrator a calamarically long way from home…
As we begin to realise what is about to happen/has happened, the tension mounts to give a very focussed human perspective on a global event
Sort of cyberpunk as it might happen now, as opposed to the cyberpunk as we imagined it in the 80s.
Can fate be cheated?
A young woman living on the streets is struggling with an sensory overload – is it synesthesia, or a sixth sense?
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Nicely complements the Strahan/Dozois New Space Opera anthology series, starting with several stories of the contemporary, speculative type.
Suffers a tiny bit through being the third story in a row that opens the volume with a relatively contemporary setting and light touch in terms of the SF/F elements, leaving this reader still waiting to properly take off.