Top positive review
Diverse imagination, surprisingly most of them entertaining.
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on January 23, 2022
Surprise, surprise, an anthology that doesn't look like friends publishing tales of another friends that otherwise wouldn't be published. Each story has a brief commentary by the authors, in not few cases the tales are obscure characters taken from full novels they have already published, and although I have not read any of those novels or even heard about the authors is notorious that those tales indeed transmit the idea to exist immerse in a universe and have the good taste to be told in a way that you don't need to read those novels. As a whole these tales are not master works: some have an ending a bit unsatisfactory;
in a couple of stories the characters are men but they rather seem women; one felt more a bit like catharsis than science fiction; but all but one are written with enthusiasm by the writers to entertain (communicate with) the readers, which is commendable. There are so many different stories!
All but one, is funny that the exception is the tale by the creator of the series, Samuel Peralta. There is an event, but there is no plot; it doesn't try or fails to entertain, rather is an essay about his feelings about humanity, but calling what are clearly modern cars as spinners.