I first came across this short story in The Year’s Best Fantasy and Horror (2008), a vast anthology compiled and edited by Terri Windling and Ellen Datlow. 591 more words
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Daryl Gregory’s AFTERPARTY, and three books by Daniel Abraham: THE DRAGON’S PATH, THE KING’S BLOOD, and THE TYRANT’S LAW.
I also have an electronic review copy of Chaz Brenchley’s BEING SMALL. 8 more words
Daniel Abraham is defining himself among fantasy authors as a brilliantly creative designer of magical frameworks that rival the creativity of Brandon Sanderson. While a system of magic is generally the root of all disasters in his novels, he manages to play with new and curious ideas in a genre that’s overstocked with gouts of magical flame and various elemental wizardry. 379 more words