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This is the second volume of Fiction River that I have read. I devoured this one as quickly as the volume about the apocalypse. BE here is a great variety of stories and I look forward to exploring more from the host of excellent authors.
Fiction River delivers again with a solid collection of time travel stories...some inventive, several twisted, and others just good reads that incorporate the current theories of time. I wish more of this caliber and reflective of the ongoing anthologies from Fiction River were available in novel form...really getting tired of current themes major publishers are pushing in SF & Fantasy. Really miss Asimov.
Fiction River always delivers. The stories tend to cover the subject matter field set for each issue. Great writers producing wonderful product. In particular, the Time Streams issue delivers. You can't go wrong with any of these authors, especially Kristine Kathryn Rusch.
My only complaint is that the stories read so well that I read right through this issue.
I never read an anthology straight through from first story or last. Usually I just pick at random.
Until I read Fiction River: Time Streams
The stories pulled me through the anthology, with me reading in anticipation what the next author might do. I do like time travel stories. There's variety to the stories, no themes repeated. My favorite story (and it stands out from all the others) is the last one, "Time, Expressed As An Entree" by Robert T. Jeschonek.