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    William Barton in Asimov's

    I have read several stories at Asimov's by William Barton (no website, apparently), latest of which is Gods of a lesser creation. I don't particularly like him; his stories are too muddy, and this one seems to be a transposition of Dark Star Safari, with a main character that is a poodle-cyborg, or something like that. It was probably his source of inspiration, since a block of the story opens with:
    Sunrise, no sea monsters, only beauty

    Which refers to another Paul Theroux Title, Sunrise with Seamonsters, describing a trip through the Mediterranean. I haven't read it yet, BTW.

    2005-08-16 10:41 | 0 Comment(s) | Filed in

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