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Read & Download ☆ Alien Virus Love Disaster ☆ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ↠ [Read] ➳ Alien Virus Love Disaster Author Abbey Mei Otis – Abbey Mei Otis’s short stories are contemporary fiction at its strongest taking apart the supposed euality that is clearly just not Abbey Mei Otis’s short stories are contemporary fiction at its strongest taking apart the supposed euality Alien Virus PDF that is clearly just not there putting humans under an alien microscope putting humans under governm. This was hands down the most depressing book I've ever readThe author masterfully creates an atmosphere of oppression desolation help and hopelessness in each story that I literally stumbled from one gut punch to the next Read individually there are some excellent takes on the ineuality of societies POVs of people who have no real chance in life and are at the mercy of those with power As a collection the stories are downright devastating After Not an Alien Story I had to put the book down cause I cried so hardAnd that's what fascinated me most here Usually I can distance myself uite easily from the protagonists especially if the narration voices are on the vernacular side as was the case here Therefore I thought I can read a range of disturbing stories without getting affected Yet Abbey Mei Otis commands such a poetic yet honest style that she managed to get beyond my shields and attacked from the wrong side of themI would not recommend this collection to anybody unless your shields are fully charged but I'm damn glad that I read it and I will definitely return to these stories As repulsive as they are they are even addictive cause in all their weirdness they ring true

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Ent control putting kids from the moon into a small beach town and then the putting the rest of the town under the microscope as they react in ways we hope they would and then of course in ways we’d hope they don’tOtis ha. This is a hard book to read and even harder to rate I had to tally my individual rating for each and came up with 25 stars Gosh darn it if it's 24 or 26 it would be easier I give three for now just because it is still better than most two star books I read Why the extra 05 star It brought no kicked me out of my comfort zone It has some powerful scenes intriguing conversations This is my first encounter with the author's work and she sure is memorable She knows how to knit all the traditional SF story elements from aliens genetic modification dystopia rising sea water and ground them to the level of individual families and communities Most stories also have strong voices All happen to be female in all kinds of ages Now the downside The stories are super bleak set near futurish decaying world and told in a hopelessly devastating manner The book is not something to pick up randomly and reuire a suitable mind condition mine is pretty stressed out at the moment thus it got heavier Also I admit I did not fully comprehend all stories Yet I feel the draw of rereading them Some I did reread because they are shorter and I ended up liking them I hope I could find a time when I could in a better state of mind peel the layers slowly and immerse myself Unfortunately this is not the time

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Alien Virus Love DisasterS long been fascinated in using strange situations to explore dynamics of power oppression and grief and the twelve stories collected here are at once a striking indictment of the present and a powerful warning about the futu. Alien Virus Love Disaster is a debut short story collection by Abbey Mei Otis which thrilled and confused me In the first couple stories I was reminded of a couple of my favorite short story collections of the year Friday Black and Sabrina Corina I relished Otis’ creativity in crafting otherworldly stories and was reminded of Adjei Brenyah in that satirical brilliance that makes you laugh so hard until you’re on the verge of collapsing in anguish I was reminded of Fajardo Anstine in the searing humanness of the characters and their resilient depth I was riding high on this collection but it began to fray around the edges and I found myself unable to keep up as the narratives again and again dissolved into fragmented dream seuences both literally dream seuences and inexplicable descents into absurdity My favorite stories were the titular Alien Virus Love Disaster which explores the effects of government experiments with alien technology on the surrounding community after exposure begins to cause their bodies to swell with red lumps; Moonkids about a group of young adults living on Earth after being separated from their Lunarian parents after failing to pass the exams reuired to continue living on the Moon; and Blood Blood about a pair of friends who earn money fighting for the entertainment of aliens while struggling to adjust to the alien impact on their worldEven the stories I liked less had such intriguing imaginative premises that I’m still contemplating I just wish they were less baffling If you’re intrigued by any of this I definitely would still recommend you check out this collection and then come unpack it with me