Wanderers: by Chuck Wendig
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Wanderers: by Chuck Wendig

In this apocalypse the human race engineers its own extinction and possible salvation.

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The Raven Tower: by Ann Leckie
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The Raven Tower: by Ann Leckie

The Mysterious Affair at Styles: by Agatha Christie
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The Mysterious Affair at Styles: by Agatha Christie

The Mysterious Affair at Styles will either enchant or disturb, depending on the audience’s degree of wokeness, in its depiction of a hierarchical, colonialist British society.

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On Earth We’re Briefly Gorgeous: by Ocean Vuong
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On Earth We’re Briefly Gorgeous: by Ocean Vuong

Vuong’s novel exemplifies the power in overcoming adversity, charting paths and being seen even when instinct says to hide in order to survive.

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I Will Be Complete: by Glen David Gold
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I Will Be Complete: by Glen David Gold

Joining Gold on this journey is at times breathtaking, at times painstaking, and finally, whole.

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Czech and Slovak Photo Publications: Edited by Manfred Heiting
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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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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 representations.

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How Long ‘Til Black Future Month? by N.K. Jemisin
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The Uninhabitable Earth: by David Wallace-Wells
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The Uninhabitable Earth: by David Wallace-Wells

Comes at you like a death metal prose poem meant to shatter every notion you hold about climate change.

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