BFR Issue 40
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Its characters and events, while sinister, are plausible: an uncomfortable mirror to our own world.
“There’s an our kind and a their kind.”
As per usual, Kepnes pulls out all the stops with bottomless cliffhangers and narrative-shaking revelations.
I was Indiana Jones, hanging from a rope above a pit of snakes, my moves skilled and sure. My recorder was below, begging to be rescued like whatever unrealistic female heroine Jones would fall in love with and then totally forget about by the sequel.
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