Every year, Locus Magazine posts their recommended reading list plus year-end summaries by various reviewers and others. The list is here. The Silverberg Business is on it, which is very pleasing.
Graham Sleight, in his summary, says: “The Silverberg Business by Robert Freeman Wexler (Small Beer) was a striking surprise: a bizarre fantasy of the 19th-century American West that stayed with me like a dream.” He also put it on a list of his top ten books of the year.
Ian Mond, who’s September review has already been linked on this page, says: “Wexler’s book is possibly the most original work I read all year.”
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So glad the book is getting some positive attention like that!