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Dark Corners

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By: Barry B. Longyear
Formats: MS Reader (370 KB)
Wordcount: 105,000
Price: $5.99

Publisher: Scorpius Digital 1/2001

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"There are secrets we keep from ourselves. They are enigmas created in moments of panic, despair, pain, confusion, or ignorance... Each such mystery is a mental virus lurking in a dark corner from which it fogs the distinctions between reality and illusion."

Hugo, Nebula, and Campbell Award-winning author Barry B. Longyear (Enemy Mine) opens the creaking door to the hidden recesses of our souls in this riveting collection of science fiction and fantasy stories, including the never-before published novella "The Calling of Andy Rain." Do you dare to explore the unlit secrets that wait for all of us? Come along. Bring a flashlight.


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Saoirse rates this title as Excellent
Surprising Dark SF -- 12/14/2004

I've always thought of Barry Longyear as strictly SF, and all these stories ARE strictly SF, but they're also (except for a couple of humorous pieces) surprisingly dark explorations of the human soul. "The Calling of Andy Rain," a previously unpublished novella about second chances and childhood innocence (or not), is so raw it almost bleeds. Many other excellent pieces here, as well.