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Bread and Milk and Salt

Bread and Milk and Salt Not all things are built to obey Tor reprint of Bread and Milk and Salt originally published in Robots vs Fairies edited by Dominik Parisien and Navah Wolfe published by Saga Press tps

  • Title: Bread and Milk and Salt
  • Author: Sarah Gailey
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 469
  • Format: ebook
  • Not all things are built to obey Tor reprint of Bread and Milk and Salt, originally published in Robots vs Fairies edited by Dominik Parisien and Navah Wolfe, published by Saga Press, 2018tps tor 2018 11 07 reprin Get A Copy Kindle Store CAOnline StoresAudibleBarnes NobleWalmart eBooksGoogle PlayAbebooksBook DepositoryAlibrisBetter World BooksIndieBound Or buy for ebook, Tor Online Fiction, 25 pages Published November 7th 2018 by tor first published January 9th 2018 More Details Original Title Bread and Milk and Salt Edition Language English URL Other Editions None found All Editions Add a New Edition Combine Less Detail edit details Friend Reviews To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up Reader QA To ask other readers questions about Bread and Milk and Salt, please sign up

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    Lists with This Book The Short Fiction of tor 281 books 154 voters More lists with this book Community Reviews Showing 1 30 Rating details Sort Default Filter Nov 25, 2018 karen rated it really liked it Shelves free tor shorts, hey shorty Come with me, I said Show me what you re really like, he said.I shoved my wet black deer nose into his palm He hesitated, then ran his hand across my head My fur was as soft as butter that night He caressed my face, brushed the underside of my chin I turned my face into his hand and breathed in the smell of his skin, his pulse I closed my teeth around the pad of flesh at the base of his thumb and sank them in, biting down deep and hard and fast What the fuck he cried out, but before Come with me, I said Show me what you re really like, he said.I shoved my wet black deer nose into his palm He hesitated, then ran his hand across my head My fur w

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    1. Come with me, I said Show me what you re really like, he said.I shoved my wet black deer nose into his palm He hesitated, then ran his hand across my head My fur was as soft as butter that night He caressed my face, brushed the underside of my chin I turned my face into his hand and breathed in the smell of his skin, his pulse I closed my teeth around the pad of flesh at the base of his thumb and sank them in, biting down deep and hard and fast What the fuck he cried out, but before Come with me [...]


    2. This creepy short story, free online here at Tor, originally came from an anthology called Robots vs Fairies It does, in fact, contain both robots and a fairy The fairy, who narrates this story, is of the whimsically cruel type who will kill you just for the fun of it But just possibly this fairy has met their match in Peter, a human that the fairy has taken a deep, long term interest in.The fairy first sets eyes on Peter at a lake, when Peter is a toddler and the fairy is in the form Thi [...]



    3. Oooh yes give me that dark dark fantasy This was a smart wicked story of unlikeable characters finding each other And the ending was perfection


    4. I m just not sure if I really like stories about fairies This one was simply okay for me It was really about two horrible people getting what they deserve From the beginning, we know our fairy narrator is hoping to steal the little boy named Peter She talks about all the horrible things she d like to do to him, like a sadistic serial killer taking pleasure in their own gruesome creativity But as Peter ages, he wises up to what this creature really is, and the tables get turned Act I m just not s [...]



    5. This is a lovely short story that is deceptively deep Be careful where you wade, the abyss lurks below the surface and is not easy to see I absolutely love the characters, as it comes down to some really subtle word play as to who is the actual villain A sort of Sympathy for the Devil moment Thanks Karen for the prompting review Here is how you get to read this very enjoyable 4 Stars.


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