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David S Reynolds lives in Tucson Arizona with his lovely wife, a crazy dog, and a demanding cat.
He splits his time between teaching GED classes, taking photos, flying model airplanes, writing short stories, and riding his motorcycles around southern Arizona.
on Feb. 11, 2015 :
Some of the stories in this book are better than others. The best were probably The Eternal Question and Futurecaster. The main problem with these stories is that some of them read more as ideas or theories, as essays, than as stories. For example, while The Eternal Question provides much food for thought, it comes across as more of a conversation between two philosophers than as a story with an actual plot. In general, these stories did not hold my attention very well, though The Eternal Question did have interesting ideas and Futurecaster's plot had potential-if the characters had been a bit more developed and it did more showing rather than constantly summarizing and telling. The Interviewer was also interestingly twisty.
(reviewed the day of purchase)