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The Last Bridge by Teri Coyne
If there was a body I lived in, I guess it was Diana’s, as hers seemed more resilient, more lovely than mine could ever be, and so in an odd way it was Diana who was carrying the baby, not me.
As I grew bigger, the reality of what was inside me expanded as well.
Specials by Scott Westerfeld
The forest thinned as Tally reached the great deserts left by the white weed. As the wind against her face became tough with airborne sand, she angled toward the sea, where her magnetics could grip the railroad line, lending her more speed.
I’m back home, a place I never wanted to go again, a place filled with memories of an abusive father and passive mother. I’m there for my mother’s funeral – and also to figure out what the enigmatic suicide note she left means.
(I haven’t started Specials yet – I picked up The Last Bridge and was totally hooked.)
I’m also in Trenton, dressed like a tramp, helping Ranger take down a member of a crime family.
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