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What does TSK stand for?

TSK stands for The Subtle Knife (Phillip Pullman book)

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LONDON | EDWARD RUTHERFORD (14) Other Notables NIGHT TRAIN | MARTIN AMIS HUMAN CROQUET | KATE ATKINSON THE UNTOUCHABLE | JOHN BANVILLE SEX AND THE CITY | CANDACE BUSHNELL KILLING FLOOR | LEE CHILD SHARPE'S TIGER | BERNARD CORNWELL THE RED TENT | ANITA DIAMANT UNDERWORLD | DON DELILLO ENDURING LOVE | IAN MCEWAN THE SUBTLE KNIFE | PHILIP PULLMAN MASON & DIXON | THOMAS PYNCHON AMERICAN PASTORAL | PHILIP ROTH ALL THE NAMES | JOSE SARAMAGO NAKED | DAVID SEDARIS LARRY'S PARTY | CAROL SHIELDS
In chapter 15 of The Subtle Knife we learn that Mrs Coulter has summoned the spectres, and by some unspecified necromancy, "made them forget they were earth-bound", allowing them to float into the air "like malignant thistledown".
The Golden Compass is based on Philip Pullman's bestselling His Dark Materials novels: The Golden Compass, The Subtle Knife and The Amber Spyglass.
Weitz jettisons the final three chapters from The Golden Compass (they will open The Subtle Knife instead) to conclude this first leg of the journey on an upbeat, life-affirming note.