Recommended: None. (Both stories were quite readable, though.)
- “Sunflower Junction” by Simon Avery (dark fantasy novelette)
In this, Michelle Ristuccia reviews the first half of the book and I review the second:
Recommended: no originals (but it was mostly quite readable; the Cato, Steele, and Ball would be honorable mentions or close to it; and the reprint of Robert Silverberg’s “Hannibal’s Elephants” (1988) is highly recommended.)
Edit (2017-03-01): fixed link.
I usually do about a review a month for Tangent, sometimes more, sometimes less. This was one of those “more” times but I don’t foresee any in the immediate future after this.
- “The Transmuted Child” by Michael Reid (SF short story)