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Leviathan Wept and Other Stories by Daniel Abraham
Review by Drew Bittner
Subterranean Press Deluxe Hardcover  ISBN/ITEM#: 9781596062658
Date: 03 May 2010 / Show Article /

Leviathan Wept is an odyssey through wonders and nightmares, steered by master wordsmith Daniel Abraham. It's a trippy ride, with lots of surprises amid a powerhouse display of imagination and craft.

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From back of book: What if you had a holocaust and nobody came?

Imagine a father who has sent his child's soul voyaging and seen it go astray. Or a backyard tale from the 1001 American Nights. Macbeth re-imagined as a screwball comedy. Three extraordinary economic tasks performed by a small expert in currency exhange that risk first career and then life and then soul.

From the disturbing beauty of "Flat Diane" (Nebula-nominee, International Horror Guild award-winner) to the idiosyncratic vision of "The Cambist and Lord Iron" (Hugo- and World Fantasy-nominee), Daniel Abraham has been writing some of the most enjoyable and widely admired short fiction in the genre for over a decade.

(Source: Subterranean Press)

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