Breaking the Ice (Stories from New Tibet)

Breaking the Ice Stories from New Tibet 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 impos

  • Title: Breaking the Ice (Stories from New Tibet)
  • Author: Tim Susman Samuel C. Conway David Andrew Cowan Jeff Eddy David Richards Odis Holcomb
  • ISBN: 9780971267008
  • Page: 500
  • Format: Paperback
  • 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 than an illusion Called Highly Recommended by Elizabeth Barrette in a January 2002 review for Spicy GThese 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 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 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 Skin Deep a novella by 2 Cover and interior illustrations by Odis Holcomb.

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    1 thought on “Breaking the Ice (Stories from New Tibet)”

    1. A wonderful collection of tales set in an anthropomorphic shared universe that is sadly no longer in use by its creator.Each story within takes place on the hostile colony world of New Tibet, where life is cheap and there is seldom an escape. The stories evoke a seedy, grimy existence, with characters taking their joy and solace however they can, or trying to find a way off of the planet. Not necessarily a read for those who would prefer happy endings.The world created here is endlessly fascinat [...]

    2. 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 [...]

    3. One of the best, most touching, atmospheric, desperate furry anthologies I ever read. Thrilling, shocking, mesmerizing, inspiring. Connected through true love, romance and the deep yearning wish to escape for the sake of finding a better life.mewhere beyond.One of a few books that ever made me cry for real. Extraordinary!

    4. This is a collection of short stories about anthropomorphic animals (yes, by which I mean furries) set on a dystopic icy space colony called New Tibet. Now, I love me some worldbuilding, so I was sold because it is a space colony with non-human people and yes please! Unfortunately, the stories were heavier on the angst than they were on the worldbuilding. I do like angst, but a lot of these felt kind of samey.I did like the prologue and epilogue, which presented news articles from the universe t [...]

    5. Great collection of short stories set in a sci-fi(ish) setting. New Tibet is an partially colonized planet that promises wealth and riches to those who arrive, only to have them sink into poverty and despair once they do. Companies make it rich off the planet's resources while the citizens struggle through the eternal cold and frost. All of the characters are anthropomorphic animals and their animal instincts are captured pretty well. Better by some authors then others.The subject of the stories [...]

    6. Each and every one of the stories in this anthology stuck with me after I finished reading it. An awesome collective effort. Recommended for both furry and fringe-furry audiences

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