Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Review of "Curing Day" by Dustin Adams

"Curing Day" by Dustin Adams appeared in Daily Science Fiction on June 11, 2013.  "Most recipients of an anti-aging drug experience the side-effect of having their memories of the dead erased, but one eternally nine-year-old boy remembers."

There is certainly the grain of a great story here.  I wish Mr. Adams would have provided some explanation for how the anti-aging drug works and why the side-effect occurs.  The story is a little difficult to follow, but its original premise makes it worth reading.  4 out of 7 rocket-dragons.

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