A Book of Endings

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Twelfth Planet Press, 2009 - Short stories, Australian - 288 pages
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Twenty-one short stories. "Deborah Biancotti's superb collection of short stories reminds me of the engaging work of Robert Aickman. She is a damned fine storyteller and her sheer originality, zest, energy and style fill the dark skyline of the modern world with luminous flares of mysterious force." - Graham Joyce. "There's wonder to the world, and a dark magic. And Deborah Biancotti wants to show it to you. Not just a series of short stories but an encyclopaedia of the uncanny, and a haunting reflection of how close the everyday is to madness. This is astonishing stuff - clever, humane, and more than a little profound." - Robert Shearman. "A Book Of Endings, the long-awaited collection of stories by Deborah Biancotti, one of Australia's best writers of short weird fiction (and I do mean weird) from Twelfth Planet Press, is a very tight and beautifully presented book." - Tansy Rayner Roberts, Not if You Were the Last Short Story on Earth

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About the author (2009)

Deborah Biancotti is an Australian author. In 2000, her first published short story, The First and Final Game, won the Aurealis Award for Best Horror Short Story. She has written two short story collections entitled Bad Power and A Book of Endings. She is also the co-author of the Zeroes series written with Scott Westerfeld and Margo Lanagan.

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