I really loved this. I started off intrigued by the shared story concept, then part way through Jay Lake's story I found my self feeling like this was a poem and I stopped trying to figure out how the characters got where they are or what was happening to them but started to feel the moment they were in. I loved it. Definitely had to put my conservative nature to the side for the moment and willfully suspend a little bit of economic and human nature disbelief, but I really enjoyed it.
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