Callahan's Crosstime Saloon
Publish date: June 1st 1977
Pages no: 170
Edition language: English
Series: Callahan's -3 (#1)
Definitely shows it age in a few points, and I was tempted to ding it for that, but over all decided to keep it as is.
This is a collection of short stories tied together by the setting which happens to be a saloon, Callahan's Crosstime Sallon. People find Callahan's place if they're in need of a little spiritual/emotional healing, effectively when life's been a bit unkind and they need a bit of a boost. Everybody h...
3.5 stars for Callahan's Crosstime Saloon. I really enjoyed the idea of a place where people (human or non-human) can go to let out their deepest and darkest fears, sorrows, and regrets, and receive (in exchange for a little penance) absolution, understanding, and friendship.Spider Robinson's prose...
this wasn't what I expected at all, but it was fine for what it was. A little too happy-In my experience, bars and drunks aren't really like that...lol
Enjoyable short stories, but not quite riveting or deeply involving. Robinson originally wrote these stories as a sort of serial for Analog magazine, and as a group, they show that heritage. Part of what works for them is the mood, a positive, friendly, "we welcome all" vibe with a little bit of acc...
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