Review: Sleepless by Charlie Huston

My review of Charlie Huston's first foray into science fiction, Sleepless, appears today at Strange Horizons.  I had an odd journey with this book.  Its first hundred pages are so self-serious that it shades into unintentional comedy, but by the time I turned the last page it was a strong contender for one of my favorite reads of 2010, along the way avoiding a lot of pitfalls of SF written by outsiders to the genre.  Read the review to find out why.

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