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Cifiscape Volume II: The Twin Cities Paperback – March 11, 2012
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Top Customer Reviews
The first story, "Harris", was well written and followed the form of a short story well; there was action, clear enemies, and characters I empathized. I liked the setting of a shattered Minneapolis. This is the kind of setting I wanted to read about; finally a place that is not New York, or LA laying in ruins. However, the major stumbling block in this story is it kind of felt that you could have substituted any other city for the Little Apple. Besides using some landmarks, it really didn't feel like it was happening on Nicollet. I give that story 4/5.
At this point I was warmed up for the book, I was hoping that the rest of the book would have stories like this. The next story almost compelled me to delete the whole thing off my Kindle. "The Rotations of the Earth" had nothing to do with Sci-Fi other that one character constantly looking to the future. It didn't even take place in MN. 0/5
It was with some trepidation I read story three and some hope did return. "Lethal Options" was at least a Sci-Fi story that was quite nice as a short. A little preachy: Yes we could all ride bikes, oh wait, did you forget Minnesota gets cold 6 months out of the year?Read more ›