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Tales of the City was the first The City of the Saved anthology. It was the first release of Year Two of the Obverse Quarterly series.

Publisher's summary[]

Beyond the end of the universe exists a city the size of a galaxy, packed with every human being that ever lived, from the first Australopithecus to the last posthuman, resurrected in a city in which nobody can die … or rather, that used to be the case.

The first ever City of the Saved short story collection, edited by the man who created it for the Faction Paradox Book of the War, Philip Purser-Hallard.

Individual stories[]

Title Author
Akroates Philip Purser-Hallard
Happily Ever After Is a High-Risk Strategy Blair Bidmead
The Socratic Problem Elizabeth Evershed
Lost Ships and Lost Lands Juliet Kemp
Highbury Helen Angove
About a Girl Dale Smith
Bruises Dave Hoskin
Apocalypse Day Philip Purser-Hallard

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