Table of Contents | 18 Jun 2001
No matter how hard Aaron tried, he couldn't ignore the day he dreaded most: the day Darren's body would be auctioned off, piece by piece, to the highest bidder.
. . . horror for Lovecraft involved the breaking, or disturbance, of cosmic law—in short, things that are against nature, or at least nature as humans conceive it.
I have come to find a new / face and body, a truer expression / than the one I see in the mirror.
Mike Resnick's latest work, The Outpost, is a novel that explores how we tell stories, both about ourselves and others. This is not just a collection of tall tales, but a novel celebrating the fine art of storytelling.
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