As far as I’m aware, this is my very first review.
Extinct Doesn’t Mean Forever is an anthology of 19 stories exploring the concept of extinction, with genres ranging from far future SF to others that happily straddle the line between speculative fiction and the mainstream.
The second half of the book slows down somewhat. Some of the stories are longer and some of them frankly wear out their welcome. Stories I particularly enjoyed include Adam Israel’s “Indigo’s Gambit” and Shona Snowden’s “Blood Fruit”. Peter Dudley’s humorous “Distractions” makes for a satisfying finale.
[Crossposted from Adam Israel. If you'd like to comment, you can do so either here or there.]