Book Review: “The Thought That Counts” by K. J. Parker (Four Stars)

Book Review: “The Thought That Counts” by K. J. Parker

(Four Stars)

“A life of honest endeavour; well, why not? Everyone ought to try it at least once before he dies.”

Popcorn for fantasy lovers. Engaging short story about getting what you wish for. Originally published in Beneath Ceaseless Skies #250, April 2018.

“If He says it, obviously there must be something to it. No disrespect, but you don’t carry that weight. You haven’t earned that right to be listened to. It’s not the same.” Annoying, because the Him they were talking about was, of course, me.”

(Illustration is cover of Ceaseless Skies #250, not related to this story.)

2 thoughts on “Book Review: “The Thought That Counts” by K. J. Parker (Four Stars)

  1. Well, I think I’ll pass. I’m getting rid of magazines that come through the mail and I have enough online magazines. Thanks.

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