Machine of Death, edited by Ryan North, Matthew Bennardo, and David Malki !: 5/5

Machine of Death. A collection of short stories about a machine that can predict the cause of death of any person accurately, but without specificity. 5 stars. Best Thing: Consistent Quality. The short stories are all by different authors and come at the idea from different angles, but they are all very good. Worst Thing: You're not going to buy it because they're giving it away free. You should really buy it.

Good for: Anybody! Except young children (It’s about death! Drugs! Mature situations!).
I don’t usually like short stories, but these are all really good, and the best part is you can read them in nice, digestible chunks.

Reading options: Get the free pdf here, get the book from Topatoco, or get it at Amazon.

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One Response to Machine of Death, edited by Ryan North, Matthew Bennardo, and David Malki !: 5/5

  1. Alicia says:

    Sounds like a really cool concept. I’m going to check it out! (for free)

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