If you love great fiction (regardless of genre) then pick up Rambo's Near + Far.
In fact, if after reading this review you are still wondering whether this collection is to your taste, I highly recommend listening to these stories.
Cat Rambo has a magnificent ability to draw the reader in and make them a part of the story.
I read through this entire collection in one sitting because I just couldn't put it down.
Cat Rambo has a magnificent ability to draw the reader in and make them a part... Read more
Welcome to the dark and realistic future worlds of veteran science fiction writer Cat Rambo. Two of the stories in this double collection were originally published in Abyss & Apex... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Wendy S. Delmater
Fond of ebooks though I am, I purchased Cat Rambo's short-story collection Near + Far in trade paperback because I wanted to hold it in my hands. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Rebecca Stefoff
Most reviews of Cat Rambo's beautiful anthology have spent a lot of time examining the unique and compelling quality of the layout and physicality of the book. Read morePublished 22 months ago by TS Tate
This is an impressive book. The cover art is lovely, the flip format is fun, and the stories are fantastic.Published 23 months ago by Jamie Lackey
Part of the fun of this book is its presence as an object worth holding in your hands: it is a wonderful, fiddly throwback to the old Ace Doubles, with one half on one side, and... Read morePublished 23 months ago by CGS
The two halves of the collection are separated into near future and far future stories, although on my first read-through I thought the "near" and "far" referred to geographical... Read morePublished 23 months ago by littlevoice
Feeling too lazy to write a review (sorry!), I scanned the editor's quiz on the book's last page and ticked the last item:
Dear reader, thank you for reading Near + Far. Read more