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  • A novel in short stories…

    The White Cloud left Old Earth many generations ago. Its voyage to its new home will take many dozens of generations — thousands of years. The tale bounces around in time, each story not clear whether it takes place before or after the one before. The stories themselves don’t necessarily follow linear narrative flow. Often a story begins with an older character looking back on their lives. This wasn’t an easy read, but it was an beautiful one. Many of the central characters are depressed — not despairing, just empty. They feel the weight of the endless, interminable journey. Some of the stories resonated with me more than others. The aro-ace love story between Steve and Keith was absolutely wonderful. Beatriz and Oki’s tales both stuck with me. But the Captain’s Log was the one that stuck in my mind. if you enjoy science fiction short stories and a fresh approach to gender, give this book a try.

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