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A few standouts for me:
Through Dreams She Moves by Tonya Liburd: This one is about a woman with the power to walk through dreams. I loved this story. I loved the character. We get to see her at home with her family and at work and I wanted to spend more time with her. She felt very real. I was very impressed by the quality of writing. Quality probably isn't the right word...the care and craft of it. Haha, I guess that's quality. After I finished the story I immediately went online and looked for more stories by Tonya Liburd.
The Arms of Mother by Harlow C. Fallon: This story is about a very unique girl being bullied at school. It was very sad and sweet. The world, even though we get to see a narrow sliver of it for a child's POV is very strange and interesting.
Sitala by Philip Harris: Sitala is the story of a girl finding a ship's computer in a wreck, but is it a computer at all? Nicely written with plenty of tension. It sated my love of Space Opera and I like that we get the ship's computer's story.
This had its gems as well but also had two stories I think will need three readings for me to comprehend and I guess another to then maybe like them.
The story Subliminal was good enough to break of and lookup the author and series, lucky me got all in one omnibus.
Had I not read Uncommonly Good 1st it probably would have gotten a five, I would have forgiven the two brain breakers.
In "Inamorata" Tehra, a digital mind whore, does a favor for a friend and gets more than she bargained for.
In "Chief Canis and the Helpful Locals" army dog handler Luis Canis uses telepathy to communicate with his dog.
In "The Arms of Mother" Mina's mind has been altered to accommodate her future as a helper, but something seems to have gone wrong.
In "Trouble Signs" Anna's mother-in-law has the ability to manipulate minds and a penchant for stealing signs, but she also has a sense of humor.
In "Juliet's Possessions" Adam spends the night in an old insane asylum for children, which he inherited from his grandmother, with only the tape recordings of eleven-year-old former inmate Juliet for company. I love this double-meaning title.
In "Through Dreams She Moves" Sarah uses her Gift of being able to enter people's dream to help Damien awake from a coma.
In "The Machine Needs Fuel" Lydia's parents take her to the unconventional Dr. Gordon in an attempt to find out why she is always so tired.
In "Sitala" Mika finds the wreck of a spaceship, but what she finds inside is even more extraordinary.
In "LEGION Protocol" Zane is part of the Holmes Initiative of detectives with brain enhancements.
In "The Dissertation" Jane presents her dissertation on Leah, an eight-year-old mass murderer with an abnormally high-functioning brain.
In "11.11" Renée knows how and when people will die, just like her father before her.
In "The Enemy Beyond the Walls" a young girl with an extraordinary mathematical ability helps protect her city from the enemy.
In "Dragons on the Train" 12-year-old Callie uses her mind to help her catch and eat dragons with the help of her mind-tether.
In "Whatever Lola Wants" Annie visits her sister and has an unusual encounter with her dog Lola.
In "In Loving Memory" Lana creates an AI in her image and gives it all of her memories and emotions, bar anger.
In "Mixers" machines erase anything that breaches copyright infringement. But what happens when they get access to our memories?
In "Lost and Found" a young girl is sent to a mental institution because of her unusual behavior.
In "Buddy Bolden's Last Stand" Buddy ends up in the mental asylum after his mind is ruined by alcohol but, when he plays music, everyone shares his madness.
In "Subliminal" Lim wakes up in a cell and can't remember why he's there.
In "A Twentieth Century Death" Coreann dies in a car crash, but her mind can't seem to move on.
All of these stories will leave you thinking about the remarkable abilities of the human mind and our ability to make it even more powerful. My favorite stories: "Juliet's Possessions", "The Machine Needs Fuel", "The Dissertation", "11.11", and "The Enemy Beyond the Walls". I just realized these all feature creepy children and horror elements. Hmm ... must say something about my preferences!
Anyway, there's bound to be a story in this collection that's to your taste!