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Edge: Collected Stories by M. E. Kerr

Edge: Collected Stories

by M. E. Kerr

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Perfect for reading on public transportation, Edge is a solid collection of short stories. Spanning a wide range of subjects, the stories are creative, thought-provoking and emotionally engaging. Short story anthologies can really be a mixed bag, forcing you to slog through mediocre stories to find the occasional gem. Edge didn't fall into this trap, offering an interesting the read the whole way through. However, it could have done with more female representation: almost all the protagonists were boys, and girls rarely appeared outside the role of love interest, which was especially disappointing coming from a lesbian author. The one story to feature a lesbian character, however, was definitely worth it, and the coming-out conversation with her grandmother was unforgettable.
  csoki637 | Nov 27, 2016 |
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