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Asimov's February 2006
I thought there were three really good stories in this issue:
1. Under The Graying Sea by Jonathan Sherwood -- space disaster, sadly and firmly dealt with.
2. Teen Angel by R. Garcia Y Robertson -- In a slaver's world, how does a walking Barbie doll get loose?
3. The Hastillian Weed by Ian Creasey -- Understanding new-to-Earth aliens.
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