Dystopian

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An unfinished science fiction novel by Nobel Prize winning poet Czeslaw Milosz . . . sounds intriguing doesn’t it? Unfortunately the pitch is much stronger than the final product.

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Anger and outrage drip from the pages of this short single-paragraph novel. It is a rant against a county, its people, and family.

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From the margins of society arise a unique cast of characters who take turns narrating the tale in The Sunlight Pilgrims.

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“. . . enough horror to transform the most steadfast insect-lover into an arachnophobe.”

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Ten years have passed since Sophie Keane walked out of Jake Carter's life. Once Special Forces partners and lovers, all that is over.

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Margaret Atwood has the uncanny ability to create works of literature that read like topographical maps with big red arrows that announce, “You are here.” or at least, “By the time you read this yo

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The Sierra is gone. Colorado is dead. Phoenix has burned. The sky is “bloodred with ash.” Cheese comes in jars and looks like DayGlo; pears are grimy, and blackberries are filled with dust.

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“daring, relentlessly imaginative, and stunningly ambitious.”

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It is not unusual for adoptees to wonder about the biological parent(s) who gave them up.

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“Emily St. John Mandel writes of a world that we will, with luck, never know—one that is dreamlike . . .

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“A deeply felt story of human survival; of friendship that endures and abides the twists of fate; and the ability to see beauty in the world as it is, no matter what degradation of the plan