Issue #53 of Beneath Ceaseless Skies online magazine--our Second Anniversary Double-Issue--featuring stories by Richard Parks, Tony Pi, Sarah L. Edwards, and Rosamund Hodge....
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beneath ceaseless skies 53 Reviews
Lady of the Ghost Willow by Richard Parks is yet another of his Japanese ghost stories. Still feel the same. Getting a bit repetitive, and not really my thing.The Curse of Chimère by Tony Pi secondary world fantasy inspired by the real world invention of movies. French & Egyptian inspirations and a nice plot. Cool story.The Girl Who Tasted the Sea by Sarah L. Edwards is a nice and atmospherical short short. It did feel more like an introduction of a character or story than a story proper.More Full of Weeping Than You Can Understand by Rosamund Hodge tells about the war between the Fey and humans, which is a recurring sub sub genre within the pages of BCS. We follow a changeling who has to pick the side she wants to fight for. I liked the ending.
I read Rosamund Hodge's 'More Full of Weeping Than You Can Understand'.It was beautifully written, adding magical realism to a time of war in a very seamless way. A lovely short read that traps you in a different world immediately.
Read only 'More Full of Weeping Than You Can Understand' by Rosamund Hodge (http://www.beneath-ceaseless-skies.co...).
BCS always delivers wonderful short-stories. I wish there were more per issue.