Asimovs, October/November 2006

Robert Reed. A Billion Eves. A complex and initially very satisfying story. The story beings is a just-slightly-off-kilter rural American, describing a family vacation in a battered old car which is doomed to failure. Scarily, part of the background is that the trip is against a backdrop of women disappearing : there are ‘missing’ posters… Continue reading Asimovs, October/November 2006

Analog Science Fiction and Fact, January 2002

The issue starts with Part I (of IV) of Robert J. Sawyer’s novel ‘Hominids’, and as a consequence the short SF does not start until p.62. Choosing Life. Brenda Cooper and Larry Niven. Short (six page) story looking at virtual life after physical death. An elderly couple have differning views on the digital option –… Continue reading Analog Science Fiction and Fact, January 2002