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Novelet: The Amber Room by Ian Watson Short Stories: The Canterbury Path by Pamela D. Hodgson Our Prayers are With You by Robert Reed Dry August by Raymond Steiber The Seven Beds by Eric C. Hartlep Aura by Elizabeth Moon Miranda's Monster by Mary A. Turzillo Adelard's Kiss by Madeline E. Robins A Birthday by Esther M. Friesner Departments: Books to look for by Charles De Lint A Scient Novelet: The Amber Room by Ian Watson Short Stories: The Canterbury Path by Pamela D. Hodgson Our Prayers are With You by Robert Reed Dry August by Raymond Steiber The Seven Beds by Eric C. Hartlep Aura by Elizabeth Moon Miranda's Monster by Mary A. Turzillo Adelard's Kiss by Madeline E. Robins A Birthday by Esther M. Friesner Departments: Books to look for by Charles De Lint A Scientists's Notebook: Life at Galactic Center by Gregory Benford


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Novelet: The Amber Room by Ian Watson Short Stories: The Canterbury Path by Pamela D. Hodgson Our Prayers are With You by Robert Reed Dry August by Raymond Steiber The Seven Beds by Eric C. Hartlep Aura by Elizabeth Moon Miranda's Monster by Mary A. Turzillo Adelard's Kiss by Madeline E. Robins A Birthday by Esther M. Friesner Departments: Books to look for by Charles De Lint A Scient Novelet: The Amber Room by Ian Watson Short Stories: The Canterbury Path by Pamela D. Hodgson Our Prayers are With You by Robert Reed Dry August by Raymond Steiber The Seven Beds by Eric C. Hartlep Aura by Elizabeth Moon Miranda's Monster by Mary A. Turzillo Adelard's Kiss by Madeline E. Robins A Birthday by Esther M. Friesner Departments: Books to look for by Charles De Lint A Scientists's Notebook: Life at Galactic Center by Gregory Benford

17 review for Fantasy and Science Fiction, August 1995 (The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, #531)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Kevin Phyland

    An ageing priest suffering a crisis of faith meets an alien for whom the religion takes the Eucharist far too literally in Pamela D. Hodgson’s “The Canterbury Path”, and Rober Reed examines a more physical manifestation of the collective will during a Midwest flood in “Our Prayers Are With You”. Continuing the weather theme Raymond Steiber has George attempt retribution with the weather man - another literal term - for a family tragedy in “Dry August”, and a young English professor starting work An ageing priest suffering a crisis of faith meets an alien for whom the religion takes the Eucharist far too literally in Pamela D. Hodgson’s “The Canterbury Path”, and Rober Reed examines a more physical manifestation of the collective will during a Midwest flood in “Our Prayers Are With You”. Continuing the weather theme Raymond Steiber has George attempt retribution with the weather man - another literal term - for a family tragedy in “Dry August”, and a young English professor starting work in 1968 runs across a demented student and Grendel in “Miranda’s Monster” by Mary A. Turzillo. After the death of his lover (who just happens to be his business partner’s wife), Peter Burn becomes obsessed with finding the fabled room of amber supposedly used by the Russian monarchy. Finding some mystics in Kaliningrad Peter flies his hang glider over the Carpathians in Slovakia to find the mystery of “The Amber Room”. Ian Watson’s tale is fascinating.

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    Ubikuberalles

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    Michele Maakestad

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    Mord

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    Ashby Albright

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    Christopher

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    Tina

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    Dax

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    Nick Gibney

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    Dante

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    Leroy Erickson

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    Mary Mastrolia

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    Madeline

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    Tawnya Fugate

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    Michaela

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    Donna Lombardo

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    Nicole

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