Sunday, November 13, 2016

Ozymandias, by Karin Lowachee

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(SF) Luis signed up for a six-month solo tour of duty on an almost-complete space station. He should be alone, except for the AI, but he's sure he hears other people. (6,954 words; Time: 23m)

Rating: ★★★☆☆ Average
Recommended By: RHorton:5

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Pro: Luis solves the mystery and gets out from under the bad guys. For now, anyway.

The AI in the story is very well done.

Con: The story introduces us to lots of mysteries that it never explains. Why the chamber was bulletproof. Why the station was so large. What the bad guys were up to. And exactly how is Luis going to survive visiting a different station with the nano implants still in his body?

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