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The Executioness by Tobias S. Buckell
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Aug 19, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: sci-fi-fantasy, my-reviewed-books
Read on August 19, 2012

A group of " I drank too much kool aid " (so sick of that) extremists kidnap Tana’s two sons to show them the "right" way to live. Wrong move. She hunts the kidnappers down with an executioner's ax and brings with her an entire mob of equally protective mothers that have lost their children to the same cause. Lesson learned: Do not mess with a woman’s offspring.

More than that, this short is story well written and should appeal to the Sci-Fi crowd. The only disappointment for me is the length. I wish it were longer with more of a conclusion. Having two sons myself, Tana and the other women appealed to me. I wish to have stayed with them just a wee bit longer to read more about them kicking all those self righteous -family murdering -buttocks.
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