Uncanny Magazine Issue 15: March/April 2017 by Lynne M. ThomasThe March/April 2017 issue of Uncanny Magazine.
Featuring new fiction by Beth Cato, Stephen Graham Jones, JY Yang, Sarah Pinsker, and S. Qiouyi Lu, reprinted fiction by Kameron Hurley, essays by Sam J. Miller, Elsa Sjunneson-Henry, Shveta Thakrar, Dawn Xiana Moon, and Paul Booth, poetry by Cassandra Khaw, Brandon O’Brien, Bogi Takacs, and Lisa M. Bradley, interviews with Stephen Graham Jones and Sarah Pinsker by Julia Rios, a cover by Julie Dillon, and an editorial by Lynne M. Thomas and Michael Damian Thomas.
Uncanny Magazine Issue 15: March/April 2017
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I considered declining the invitation. It was too weird, too expensive, too far, too dangerous, too weird. Way too weird. An invitation like that would never come.
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Ten strangers, apparently with little in common, are lured to an island mansion off the coast of Devon by the mysterious U. Over dinner, a record begins to play, and the voice of an unseen host accuses each person of hiding a guilty secret. That evening, former reckless driver Tony Marston is found murdered by a deadly dose of cyanide. The tension escalates as the survivors realise the killer is not only among them but is preparing to strike again… and again Ten strangers arrive on an island invited by an unknown host.
I considered declining the invitation. It was too weird, too expensive, too far, too dangerous, too weird. Way too weird. An invitation like that would never come again. It lay on our kitchen table for three weeks while I argued out the pros and cons with Mabel. She listened, made suggestions; I countered her, then argued her part, then made both arguments, then reversed them again.
Very clever. The ultimate "what if" in alternative history on a personal level. I agree with the 5-star rating and the summary "Intricately plotted, Moving, and Fun. I agree with the Pros of the story, and I did wonder about the Con that you mentioned as well. I've put that down to an outlier of some sort.