Day Gazing: Weird Shorts

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
In a changed world, people do strange things. Eight short stories of a world just a bit off kilter from our own.

Eric and Devon answer a classified that will earn them fifty-thousand dollars. All they have to do is stay in a bunker for thirty days.

What if you awoke one morning and all the bad in the world had disappeared? Is it really a good thing? More
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Paul Samael reviewed on May 27, 2015

It’s a thoroughly lazy approach to reviewing on my part, but if you want to know what I think in a few lines, I pretty much agree with Tom Lichtenberg (see below). If, on the other hand, you’re up for a reading a slightly longer review, see:
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Tom Lichtenberg reviewed on June 2, 2012

I loved these intense short stories. In several of them, beautifully sketched characters find themselves drawn, thrown, or simply awakened into inexplicably weird situations. I especially liked the pair called ‘Freedom/Stairs’, depicting protagonists choosing opposite coping strategies (‘Stairs’, especially, is a greatly empathic story). ‘The Protector’ is another sharp tale of unexpected and exciting new possibilities, while ‘Bunker Test’ and ‘White Room’ are in her wheelhouse of personal apocalypse. Highly recommended.
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