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The Death of Me by Jonathan L. Howard
Edited by Peter Joseph
Cover Artist: Greg Ruth
Review by Sam Tomaino
Tor.com Short Fiction  
Date: 28 September 2013

Links: Author's Website / The Death of Me / Show Official Info /

Every month, Tor posts stories on their website as well as excerpts from novels, comics, and articles. They are free, so I recommend you check them out. Each new story will be reviewed separately. This was posted on September 10, 2013.

"The Death of Me" by Jonathan L. Howard -+- Johannes Cabal is a necromancer and is feared by the people in the village near his home. He regularly travels to the village in secret to the store of a hatter named Jones. In addition to hats, Jones deals in what it appears is the bodies of the Fay, things that Jones uses in his research.

One day, on his walk to the hatter’s store, he is accosted by a black coach with a woman in black inside. She forces him in and has a confrontation with him. What is it about? You do find out I this fine little fantasy.

You can read this at Tor.com (see link at the top of this review).

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