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Memory Piece

Ko, whose debut novel, The Leavers, was a finalist for the 2017 National Book Award, contextualizes her characters’ lives in relation to major social and historical events over the decades. This is an ambitious and serious novel.

Man’s Best Friend

Lytle, who has written for Netflix and Peacock, uses her screenwriting skills to map out a debut novel that could double as a television series. Add this to the recent crop of “creepy girl” novels. It will appeal to readers who enjoyed Emma Cline’s The Guest.

What’s Not Mine

With humor and a lack of sentimentality, Decter portrays an adolescent girl and her town facing serious environmental and social challenges.

Nearly All the Men in Lagos Are Mad: Stories

A huge hit in Nigeria, Kuku’s story collection explores women’s lives, sexuality, and resilience in the face of adversity.

The Kamogawa Food Detectives

Readers will take delight in Kashiwai’s exquisite meals and the culinary history that accompanies them.

The Four Corners of the Heart: An Unfinished Novel

Despite being unfinished, Sagan’s razor-sharp portrayal of the upper classes is on full display in this fine novel.


Vasyakina’s autobiographical debut novel enhances collections by introducing readers to an exciting new voice from Russia.

The Second Sword: Two Novellas

The most recent work by a writer who’s celebrated, influential, and controversial in Europe.

On the Isle of Antioch

A timely novel that captures the concerns of today and is an excellent addition to any library’s collection of dystopian fiction.

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