Short, tense drama as an orbiting space-station gets knocked out of orbit, and a rescue is attempted.
A prehistory story from Bennardo (so why is it in an SF magazine I wonder??).
Neat five-pager from Bennardo. – quite impactful considering the short length.
They say the past is a foreign country, but what if going back there was as simple as saying ‘there’s no place like home’, except that you don’t need a pair or ruby slippers, just the right mindset??
Doesn’t really offer more to a story type that Stephen Baxter had fun with some years ago – humans in extremis looking to nature and the animal/marine kingdom the better to survive the new environment.
A nice story about people and love, sitting a little uncomfortably on a frozen foundation.
PDF/eBookMan version reviewed. Tom Purdom. Bank Run. Sabor Haveri, ultra-rich banker, finds his idyllic boating trip, in which his splitting his attention between playing the markets and toying with his concubine. However this idyll is spoilt by a customer of his with a grudge, who turns up on a faster boat armed to the teeth… Continue reading Asimovs, October/November 2005