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The Seep

by Michelle Anne Schingler

The invasion was gentler than expected: The Seep entered the water supply, melded with people, and dulled their fears, offering them a future free of pain, need, and death. But there are some who find this new utopia wanting. Chana... Read More

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The Bear

by Michelle Anne Schingler

"The Bear" is a dreamy dispatch from the end of the world. In Andrew Krivak’s palimpsest novel, the reassertion of nature over the bones of human civilization is a dignified and regretless process. The girl and her father may very well... Read More

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The Dead Girls Club

by Michelle Anne Schingler

In Damien Angelica Walters’s occult thriller "The Dead Girls Club", there are some childhood secrets that can’t be outgrown. When they were young, Heather and her best friend, Becca, were fascinated by all things dark and creepy.... Read More

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Forking Good

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Are its tempting dishes heavenly, or simply bound to land you in caloric hell? Don’t let such arbitrary diametrics detract you from picking up Valya Dudycz Lupescu and Stephen H. Segal’s "Forking Good", a quippy, watch-party-minded... Read More

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Pain

by Michelle Anne Schingler

In Zeruya Shalev’s searing contemporary novel "Pain", an Israeli woman who survived a terror attack is forced to address the wounds that will not heal. Ten years ago, Iris survived a bus bombing. Scraped off of molten pavement, she... Read More

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