Friday, March 3, 2017

London Calling, by Philip A. Suggars

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(Slipstream) Ingrid can talk to the soul of the city, and she has something she wants from it. And vice versa. (2,976 words; Time: 09m)

Rating: ★★☆☆☆ Not Recommended

"," by (edited by Niall Harrison), appeared in issue 02/20/17, published on .

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Pro: The account of Ingrid’s pain at the loss of her sister feels very real.

Con: The concept is a little too silly to really get into. For example, it makes no sense that the city can’t walk unless it turns someone into a bird.

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1 comment (may contain spoilers):

  1. I think the city took her humanity, and she was hoping to become unfeeling like stone. The city thought making her a bird so she could fly would help her more. It compromised by turning her blue instead of into a grey pigeon. Here's the stone she was touching: