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A creepy but beautiful debut, an insider look at the excessive ’80s, and more.
Bighearted romance, dystopian drama, and more.
Short stories, Booker Prize nominees, and a few of the internet’s wisest scribes.
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Family drama, smart thrillers, funny essay collections, and more.
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The most unsettling of escapism.
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So much more than beach reads.
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After the last four words, I couldn’t help but feel optimistic.