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A review of A Final Gift From Uncle Johnby karlasbryant on 05/14/2013The first thing that struck me in this story is how well writer Michael Leath captures the sense of isolation and personal detachment experienced by celebrities. A unique type of loneliness. Images from the film Lost in Translation came to mind. As "A Final Gift From Uncle John" opens, Devlin Farris, a well-known Hollywood actor is in the confined surroundings of a flight... read
A review of The Presentby karlasbryant on 04/27/2013I think Michael Leath is currently one of the best writers here, so I'm happy when I see one of his stories show up on my Assignments list. While the tone and genre of "The Present" was quite different from the other stories I've read by him, it did not disappoint in the least. There's a slow burn of tension while an alert mother keeps extra attention on her young son playing... read
A review of Manifest Destinyby karlasbryant on 04/23/2013In "Manifest Destiny", William Reid (hinge1492) succeeds in the most important thing in the science fiction genre: he created an alternate world that feels genuine and inhabited it with characters I actually cared about. The physical descriptions of the topography and atmosphere of Nirvana were richly detailed and engaging. Excellent visuals.The dialogue read well and the... read