Engraved on the Eye

Engraved on the Eye

by Saladin Ahmed

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BN ID: 2940015700930
Publisher: Ridan Publishing
Publication date: 09/13/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 546,945
File size: 513 KB

About the Author

In addition to his short fiction, Saladin Ahmed has published nonfiction in Fantasy Magazine, Salon, The Escapist, and Tor.com. His first novel, Throne of the Crescent Moon, which Kirkus Reviews called “An arresting, sumptuous and thoroughly satisfying debut,” was recently published to wide acclaim. Saladin lives near Detroit with his wife and twin children.

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Engraved on the Eye 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Having read, and enjoyed, his novel, I looked forward to this collection of short stories. Only a few having anything to do with his novel. Throne of the Crescent Moon, but all of them are intriguing and show a fine craftsman of words. I'm looking forward to more novels and short stories from him.
MFStrong More than 1 year ago
In addition to having two stories set in the Crescent Moon Kingdoms universe, this collection also contains a supernatural western, a dark tale of a doctor with a mysterious patient, and the absolutely brilliant "The Faithful Soldier, Prompted." I'd like to talk about "The Faithful Soldier, Prompted," for a second, because it was the greatest joyful surprise when reading Engraved on the Eye. It's rare that a story is futuristic, familiar, and magical all at the same time. "The Faithful Soldier, Prompted" managed to read like very grounded, near-future SF and a well-loved folktale or legend at the same time. The Science Fictional elements are strange but utterly believable, while the elements from old stories matched perfectly. It is both strange and known-in-the-bones familiar. The entire collection is well worth reading, but "The Faithful Soldier, Prompted" took me by surprise.