Monday, September 9, 2019

The City That Never Sleeps, by Walton Simons


(Super Hero; Wild Cards) In 1986, James “Demise” Spector gets a request for a job from someone who still hasn’t paid for the last people he killed. (11,726 words; Time: 39m)

Note: This story is very dependent on the reader already having good familiarity with the Wild Cards universe, particularly the first few books.

"," by (edited by George R.R. Martin), published on by .

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Review: 2019.501 (A Word for Authors)

Pro: There’s plenty of action, some tension, and more than a few laughs.

Con: There’s no real plot here; Spector is just doing what he feels like from moment to moment.

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