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by Catherine Thureson

KT has never known her father. Her mother says that her father left before she was born, but that is not exactly true. Her mother went to a sperm bank to become pregnant, and a brief search on a website intended to help connect the... Read More

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Redworld

by Catherine Thureson

Inventive and highly entertaining, A. L. Collins’s "Redworld" is set in a future where Mars has been colonized and serves as home to several alien races, including humans. Clever explanations for how the planet was made livable, and... Read More

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Shoot the Moon

by Catherine Thureson

Tate Bertram is handsome, smart, and rich—a golden boy who has lived a privileged life. At just nineteen years old, he is also a gambling addict. After he nearly died while trying to evade a debt collector, his family staged an... Read More

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The Book of Pearl

by Catherine Thureson

"The Book of Pearl" is a beautifully imagined tale of grief and love. Timothée de Fombelle’s book, originally published in French, is impeccably translated by Sarah Ardizzone and Sam Gordon. The story is luminous, with a plot that... Read More

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