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A Winter Scene

That night, winter fell like an anvil. From Kjnardag’s glittering slopes a cold snap stabbed south and crackled in the Iscan Bay. Snow descended. A parasitic host bedaubed the north with grotesque white.

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Book Quotes

New Words: Oneiromancy

“It was not a dream that needed interpretation, not a misty plunge into oneiromancy or egocentrism.”
–Anthony Huso, The Last Page

o⋅nei⋅ro⋅man⋅cy /oʊ’naɪəroʊmænsi/
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New Words

On Negative Reviews

Strange Horizons has my review of Anthony Huso’s Black Bottle. It is not kind:

All this leaves the story mired in accident, and it becomes difficult to draw out salience from the glutted page.

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Science Fiction

Rule the World with Math and Magic

Written by Anthony Huso

The Last Page came out two summers ago and I’m pleased that the second book in the duology, Black Bottle, will be available on shelves and e-readers this August. 528 more words



What’s worth re-reading?

The largest cost for me in reading is not the dollar cost of the book but the time cost of the commitment. With so many great reads out there, both new and old titles, it’s pure exquisite agony to me to choose which book to next commit myself to. 164 more words

Review: The Last Page by Anthony Huso

The Last Page
Anthony Huso
Tor, 2009

Anthony Huso’s debut novel The Last Page is certainly a tough one. Highly original and rife with elements of the weird it is a fantasy novel quite unlike any I have ever read. 1,140 more words


The Last Page, Anthony Huso, Review

All I gotta say is, this book must have been a bitch to copy edit.

Huso’s story is weird. His writing style is weird. His word choice and useage is weird. 567 more words

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