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Breaking the Ice: Stories from New Tibet
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Breaking the Ice: Stories from New Tibet
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Breaking the Ice: Stories from New Tibet
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Sofawolf Press
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Style:  Literary Work
Content:  Anthology
Print:  Color Cover, Text Interior
Size:  5.25 x 8
Pages:  210
Parental Rating:  R - language
Publication Date:  January 2002

Synopsis: These are the tales of New Tibet, an arctic world inhabited by anthropomorphic animals struggling against poverty, organized crime, and the bleak weather to find a spark of hope. Escape is nearly impossible, and even those who get close find that it is sometimes no more than an illusion... Called Highly Recommended by Elizabeth Barrette in a January 2002 review for Spicy Green Iguana.


This first volume in the series features the stories: Dead End by Samuel C. Conway, A Prison of Clouds by Tim Susman, Nightswimming by David Andrew Cowan, Array of Hope by David Richards, Touch of Gray by Jeff Eddy, and the novella Skin Deep by "2".


With a full color cover and six B&W interior illustrations by Odis Holcomb.

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Item Reviews
These stories will stick with you for a long time.
A good story keeps you reading. A great story impacts you emotionally and sticks with you for years to come. Tim Susman has done that with Breaking the Ice. A wonderful arrangement of stories about a frigid planet that offers opportunity, yet corruption and greed have made it a dreary place to live. And now, those who were seeking the chance at a better life are just trying find a sliver of happiness, escape the planet, or simply survive. Stories like “A Prison of Clouds” will show you two characters who are filled with love and hope, even when times are tough and it seems like there’s no escape from the dismal, frigid planet. Yet a story like “Skin Deep” will pull you into the dark world of an assassin who’s forced to make a haunting choice that will stick in your psyche for a very long time. I still think about that ending to this day. It was a great read, and I recommend it to anyone that loves anthropomorphic fiction.
Sean Silva
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