Respectfully disagree with the previous reviewer. I was quite caught up in the noir/pulp tone and felt it really enhanced the futuristic setting. A nicely balanced mix and I could easily recommend this short story to fans of 40's pulp fiction. The only downside I found was that the illustration gives away the plot, so I would read the unillustrated version first.
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