Light at the Edge of Darkness - Day Five
compiled by Cynthia MacKinnon
Another of my favorite stories is another of Daniel I. Weaver's stories, “Seeing Blind”. Years in the future on a distant planet an evil darkness is engulfing that planet threatening to swallow it whole and keep light from ever touching its face again. An oracle has been searching for some way to fight against this darkness, some way to protect his people. Where he goes, what he finds and how he is enabled to protect the planet is just plane good writing. It was like having Stephen King give the Sunday School lesson. Dan can get a little graphic, although I think this is one of his milder pieces, but still, it can get to you. If you don't like descriptive evil stay away from Dan's writing. He has a tendency to write things the way he sees them. Seeing blind is no exception, although the twists it takes are unexpected. - David
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Also don't miss THE LOST GENRE GUILD blog where these writers came from; Their blog is at http://lostgenre.blogspot.com/