Saturday, July 9, 2016

Sic Semper, Sic Semper, Sic Semper, by Douglas F. Warrick cover image
(Time Travel) The time traveler sets up an apartment inside Lincoln's skull in the moment before the bullet arrives. Then things get strange. (4,582 words)

Rating: 2, Not Recommended

"Sic Semper, Sic Semper, Sic Semper," by (edited by Ann VanderMeer), was published on  by .

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

Pro: The concept is certainly very striking!

Con: Nothing happens. We never figure out who was sending the bodies. And if the time traveler decided not to die, all he needed to do was go home. There's no need for this Russian-doll thing he does.

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