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Asimov's July 2006
Apparently everybody but me enjoyed the Sudoku and anagram, so there's another one in this issue. I liked fewer of the stories than usual, and if there were any really good stories, even these probably wouldn't be picked.
1. The World and Alice by L. Timmel Duchamp - A woman meets herself at many different ages, trying to find her place in the world.
2. Impossible Dreams by Tim Pratt - The old hidden shop story, but with a CD store and a romance.
3. Snail Stones by Paul Melko - Kids do the right thing.
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