Friday, September 11, 2015

Petroglyph Man, by Rudy Rucker

Asimov's Science Fiction, July 2015; ~5,500 words
Rating: 3, ordinary, good story  Recommended By:  Locus

Julio, a young man visiting Hawaii with his wife, explores his company's technology that modifies photos based on the user's thoughts.

Mini-Review (click to view--possible spoilers)

A fun read with a happy ending. Julio really does sound like he wants to love his wife--although its not entirely clear why.

We don't really ever get a good idea of why the petroglyphs came alive or what the petroglyph man was trying to do there at the end. 

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