It wouldn’t be surprising to see YESTERDAY’S KIN on several awards shortlists
For Asimov’s Science Fiction, Peter Heck praises Nancy Kress’ Yesterday’s Kin.
As has become characteristic of her work, Kress combines intriguing scientific speculation with strong human drama to create a finely crafted story that should appeal to a wide range of readers. It wouldn’t be surprising to see this one on several awards shortlists.
Read the rest of Heck’s review at Asimov’s Science Fiction.
For more info on Yesterday’s Kin, visit the Tachyon page.
Cover by Thomas Canty.