Thought Ross had started a thread on this but it appears to have disappeared...
Anyway, my thoughts:
The Meloy story was very disappointing, I was expecting so much more. I guess it was an interesting concept to have the survivors of an apocalypse being nasty pieces of work but they were so nasty that there was no sense of empathy with any of them and so the story suffered.
Nate Southard's story I liked very much as it went from what I thought it was going to be to something else completely. Almost my favourite story in BS20 but that has to go to Norman Prentiss's The Covered Doll which was cleverly written and developed into something very nasty (withy a lovely ending...)
The Wounded House was fairly run of the mill haunted house stuff and while Ray Cluley's story created a better PA world than Meloy did it did seem like a snippet from a much longer piece. Made some interesting points about gender realtions though.
All in all a strong issue - once you got past the disappointment of the first story.
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