Routine Analog fayre, which I’m a bit surprised to see in this volume.
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Fiction by : Edward M. Lerner, Kristine Kathryn Rusch, Richard A. Lovett, Kyle Kirkland, Scott William Carter, Ernest Hogan.
Stories by Richard A. Lovett and Mark Neimann-Ross, Carl Frederick, Brad R. Torgersen, Allen M. Steele, Jay Werkheiser, Michael A. Armstrong
A quick whizzthrough the issue, stories skimmed/read to varying degrees, with Sean McMullen the pick of a routine issue of Analog.
Rajna Vajra. Doctor Alien. A story from an Analog regular very much in the usual Analog vein – not a challenging read in terms of writing style, unless of course you are awkward sod who finds an easy to read writing style difficult to read. I fall into that camp – I managed just one […]
Robert J. Sawyer. Wake. First of four installments. Carl Frederick. Greenwich Nasty Time. A physics undergraduate is off to the Isle of Wight with his English Lit studying girlfriend (helpful to have a non-scientist along so that he can explain the science to the reader via her), when an experiment he and his thesis adviser […]
Richard A. Lovett. Brittney’s Labyrinth. A second appearance for the middle aged man with an implanted AI who has the persona of a teenage girl. (Presumably social services have been informed), who no doubt gets into a predicament that requires getting out of. Ben Bova. Waterbot. I did give this longer shrift than the short […]