BCS #107, #108, and #109 were reviewed last week by Lois Tilton of Locus online.

Of “After Compline, Silence Falls” by M. Bennardo she said “at its heart it’s a story of what it means to live in a community of brothers” and gave it her rare “RECOMMENDED” rating.

Liaisons Galantes: A Scientific Romance” by David D Levine she called “Quite charming” and said “The galanteries are a happy creation, very French, as is the solution.”

The Telling” by Gregory Norman Bossert she called “rewarding” and gave her “RECOMMENDED” rating, and of “The Scorn of the Peregrinator” by John E.O. Stevens she said “The setting is the wonder here, a place that isn’t our own world, with people who might be more bird than human... a strong, original vision.”

Thanks very much!

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