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Really, very strange, but in a challenging and unusual way
In this second volume of what I can presume to be an Interfictions series, there are stories that don't make sense, stories that agitate and complicate, stories that break down, and stories with rapidly dissolving narrative presence, yet none of that is necessarily a bad thing. Part of the movement of interstitiality is to reimagine genre divisions and to subvert classification. These stories do that in unique, yet sometimes tedious ways. "The Assimilated Cuban's Guide to Quantum Santeria" is quite unusual, since one of its preoccupations is the combination of quantum theory and the everyday for a professor at CalTech.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
In summation, It is worth a shot if you happen to see it in the store or read the preview available as a download and like it.
Posted August 4, 2010
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