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New review of The Amadeus Net

There’s a new review of The Amadeus Net available, and it’s another nice one. It was reviewed by Janet Paszkowski at Flash Me Magazine, which published one of my flash fictions a few years ago. Here’s a snip:

“Strange? Yes. Implausible? No, because Rayner successfully crafts an inherent logic into his surreal story with a collage of plausible first-person narratives, which includes the first-person ‘thinking machine’ narrative of the actual setting of the story—the post-apocalyptic, utopian city-state of Ipolis, located in the middle of the Pacific Ocean.

“Furthermore, Rayner’s flair for sustained humor, and compelling story telling enhances the preposterous premises, characterizations, and worthy themes of art, love, and the search for self-identity and sex in the day-to-day existence of an eclectic cast of characters making their way through the end of the world.”

You can find the whole thing at Flash Me, but you’ll have to sign up for a subscription to get it — at $3/issue or $8/year (four issues), a great value.