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Charlie Stross seems darker in the short stories in Wireless than he is in his longer works. For example, the Lovecraft-meets-James Bond notion he explores in his humorous The Laundry books appears here in a much darker mediation on the horrors of the Cold War. That's not a bad thing, neccessarily, it's just different than what I was expecting.

FuzzyCo grade: B+