And I loved this little nugget about “Pacific Rimming,” the last story in the book:
I liked the fact that one of the characters was deaf but it was never a major part of the story. Usually if a main character has some form of disability it’s used to define that character and is a pivotal part of the plot. I liked that this man was deaf – and so what – he was more than just that, so it wasn’t a big deal.
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