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Saturnalia

A masterfully told tale of unchecked ambition, greed, and healing set in a rich and inventive near-future. Give this one to fans of The Ninth House, by Leigh Bardugo, and The City of Lost Fortunes, by Bryan Camp.
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The Angel of Losses

Feldman's debut novel is an unusual combination of literary thriller, family drama, and Jewish mysticism, but the pieces fit together somewhat uneasily, with the reader unsure how literally to take the supernatural elements. Fans of Elizabeth Kostova's The Historian or the works of Lev Grossman will find something here in a similar vein, but with a little quieter pacing and a little more spirituality.
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