REVIEW: “The Legend of Emma Sondheim” by Priscilla Kint

Review of Priscilla Kint, “The Legend of Emma Sondheim”, Luna Station Quarterly 44 (2020): Read online. Reviewed by Sara L. Uckelman.

Emma works in a timetraveling circus, the only life she’s ever known. No one ever leaves the building that houses the circus, because no one ever knows when the circus might decide to up and leave to another time, leaving them stranded where they are forever. But Emma is tired of being trapped, and willing to risk anything to escape.

I thought this was a novel take on the topic, and felt that Kint’s story captured the sinisterness of circuses exceptionally well.

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