Free Fiction Monday: Solo For Concert Grand

Solo for Concert Gr#1485337Emily Trencheon lives life as a prodigy—and a successful experiment. She provides a shining example for the Academy of Universal Languages to continue its program with the Miaslan. But she alone knows the truth. And she fears her final act of communication—a piano composition meant to be played in total darkness—will be forever lost in the shadows of misinterpretation.

“Solo For Concert Grand” by Hugo-award winner Kristine Kathryn Rusch is available for free on this website for one week only. It’s also available for $2.99 in all e-bookstores, including Amazon and Smashwords.

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2 responses to “Free Fiction Monday: Solo For Concert Grand”

  1. Josephine Wade says:

    One of the things I like about free fiction Monday is I can read blindly into a story and let all the mysteries unfold because I am free of genre orientation. I think if I read this in a sci-fi magazine or anthology I wouldn’t have liked it as much as I did here where all the nuances became distinct and resonant notes in this beautiful composition.
    So many ideas to toss about in my head – beautiful.

    -Josie

  2. antares says:

    I don’t know what to make of this. Well written, though.

    I do not like that the story ends with Emily walking away to her suicide. I do not like the suicide element at all. But your story, not mine.

    I suppose I shall have to put this story in the same box with Harlan Ellison’s work: Disturbing.

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