Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Asimov's 423 424 - Sheila Williams

This issue started in disappointing fashion, but it was the last part that recovered and dragged it towards respectability and 3.23. From Tom Purdom's very good through a couple of decent and the standout is the final story. Kristine Kathryn Rusch demonstrates again she is a very talented writer of novellas.

Asimov's 423 424 : THE DAY THE WIRES CAME DOWN - Alexander Jablokov
Asimov's 423 424 : AN EMPTY HOUSE WITH MANY DOORS - Michael Swanwick
Asimov's 423 424 : NORTH SHORE FRIDAY - Nick Mamatas
Asimov's 423 424 : CLOCKWORKS - William Preston
Asimov's 423 424 : THE HOMECOMING - Mike Resnick
Asimov's 423 424 : THE FNOOR HEN - Rudy Rucker
Asimov's 423 424 : SMOKE CITY - Christopher Barzak
Asimov's 423 424 : A RESPONSE FROM EST17 - Tom Purdom
Asimov's 423 424 : THE ONE THAT GOT AWAY - Esther M. Friesner
Asimov's 423 424 : THE FLOW AND DREAM - Jack Skillingstead
Asimov's 423 424 : BECALMED - Kristine Kathryn Rusch

Gibbons and guards.

3 out of 5


Couple of me, one of her.

2.5 out of 5


Yifti ghost.

3 out of 5


Brain fixing.

3 out of 5


Plants, changes and Pythons.

3 out of 5


Chicken squidskin warp.

3 out of 5


Kid cry.

2.5 out of 5


Message Integration Turbulence Attack.

4 out of 5


A species of seafaring easy virtue.

3.5 out of 5


Monitor life.

3.5 out of 5


Alien dispute four language street fighting Fleet deception.

4.5 out of 5



3 out of 5

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