The Devil Aspect: by Craig Russell
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The Devil Aspect: by Craig Russell

The Devil Aspect is a slow burn, but it is often deeply disturbing and occasionally…

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Curing Mad Truths: by Rémi Brague
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Curing Mad Truths: by Rémi Brague

Instead of post-modern malaise and global capitalism, Rémi Brague propounds a return to the Middle…

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The Kingdom of Copper: by  S. A. Chakraborty
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The Kingdom of Copper: by S. A. Chakraborty

A remarkable accomplishment even beyond its vivid world-building and storytelling.

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Lot: by Bryan Washington
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Lot: by Bryan Washington

Bryan Washington is a bold new voice bringing this particular brand of modern fiction to…

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The Friend: by Sigrid Nunez
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The Friend: by Sigrid Nunez

The Friend is more of a one-sided conversation via stream of consciousness rather than a…

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Cherry: by Nico Walker
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Cherry: by Nico Walker

There is something refreshing about Walker’s spare prose, writing that can make Hemingway seem ornate…

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Star: by Yukio Mishima
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Star: by Yukio Mishima

Feels like the culmination of American interest in the late Japanese writer’s cinematic work and…

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How Long ‘Til Black Future Month? by N.K. Jemisin
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The Best Cook in the World: by Rick Bragg
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The Best Cook in the World: by Rick Bragg

Fisherman’s Blues: by Anna Badkhen
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Fisherman’s Blues: by Anna Badkhen

Fisherman’s Blues tells a rich and immediate story, but it raises more questions about the…

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