Tuesday, July 14, 2020

The House That Leapt into Forever, by Beth Goder

★★★☆☆ Honorable Mention

(SF Horror) The house and its single occupant sit alone on a moonlet, but the food is almost exhausted, so it’s time to leave, even though the house has a strong feeling that’s a bad idea. (1,126 words; Time: 03m)

"," by (edited by Neil Clarke), appeared in issue 166, published on .

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Pro: It’s very short, but it brings up to speed very fast on what really happened here. The revelation at the end is shocking and yet fully foreshadowed.

Con: A computer can’t override its own programming like this, and there’s no implication that the alien was hacking it.

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