Post – Apocalyptic

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Pounce is an orange-and-black-striped tiger robot, “designed, to put it bluntly, to be huggable.” He was sold to the Reinhart family as a nanny for their eight-year-old boy, Ezra.

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Immunity Index takes place in a future that is uncannily similar to 2020. A pandemic spreads across the world, killing thousands and breeding political dissention.

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“the core nature of maleness and femaleness—the universality of humanness—shines through and reinvents itself to adapt to change in reality.”

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“packed with crucial climate-change information framed in fairly comprehensible terms. . . .

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A Beginning at the End is a heartfelt family drama . . .”

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“The future does not look good, but Shane Hinton’s Radio Dark lachrymose fiction does provide some hope for survival in the face of apparent annihilation.”

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“an intriguing and engrossing debut novel that will leave readers thinking about their own ability to survive, their own capacity for love, and their willingness to face catastrophe with hope.”

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“an epic tour-de-force . . .”

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“Emily Eternal is a fast-paced, well-written science fiction thriller . . .”

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Andromeda Romano-Lax surprises and delights readers in her new novel, Plum Rains. The book follows the lives of a trio of unusual characters: Angelica, a Filipina nurse, living in Japan on

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Michael Tolkin is a great writer, and his grasp of satire is excellent. He is known for The Player and his scathing send ups of Hollywood culture.

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Tor is really knocking it out of the park with these short novels and novellas they've been publishing recently. The Ghoul King is another good one.

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Alexandra Oliva has set the bar high in her debut novel The Last One.

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