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Mortal Clay, Stone Heart and Other Stories in Shades of Black and White

by Eugie Foster

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Whereas Returning My Sister’s Face had a generally Asian theme, Mortal Clay, Stone Heart is more general in its range, though there's a recurrent theme of stories involving cute animals (not one, but two with skunks). The linking thread, if there is any, is of variable form and substance, of emotions and sometimes betrayal; some of these stories are just vignettes of a neat idea, some are longer with twists in the tail. They're all pretty good, and you should buy it. ( )
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