About Fairies, by Pat Murphy

howlinglibraries's review

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Read via the Worlds Seen in Passing anthology.

Toy designers create little virtual fairy worlds, but what happens when one of the designers thinks she’s found real fairies? Weird, a little eerie, and overall carrying a surprising level of bleakness, something about this fascinated me endlessly.

moonpie's review

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Clap your hands if you believe in death.

Believing in fairies is much easier, I think. Death is an end, an emptiness, a darkness. People want to believe in the light. Go to the light, they say. We fear the darkness and the unknown, the fairies in the ravine, the world behind the mirror.

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dark funny reflective medium-paced