anghara (anghara) wrote,
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"Alma Alexander brings us the most eerie story in the collection. Iron and Brass, Bone and Bone revolves around the concept of body and soul. Does one need the other to survive, but when the designer of the construct of metal and brass accidentally sends his soul into his creation they both suffer. " OKAY, then. (It's "Iron and Brass, BLOOD and Bone" - but other than that, I'll take it...)

(that's a shout-out for my story from the anthology "In an Iron Cage" - full review is here...
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