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Four for Tomorrow by Roger Zelazny

This is our book for tomorrow's SF book group and in some ways, I'm sorry I read it again. The four stories -- The Furies, The Graveyard Heart, The Doors of His Face, The Lamps of His Mouth, and A Rose for Ecclesiastes -- feel old. They are, about 40 years old, but none of them impressed me the way they did the first, second, probably third, time around, even Rose.
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