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A Brilliant Loss

A beautiful and accessible meditation on language and self, the very core of poetry, that will appeal to a wide range of readers.
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Flutter, Kick

Ross’s lovely, provocative work will appeal to a wide range of readers, whether for the way she finds larger issues within the personal or her singular use of language.
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The Lost Women of Azalea Court

This latest by Meeropol (Her Sister’s Tattoo), the daughter-in-law of the late Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, contains mystery elements, but it’s primarily a story of loss, healing, and women’s strength.

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Tea by the Sea

A light read, despite the book’s serious-sounding themes.

Rift Zone

An important book to consider and savor. [See “Versifying,” LJ 1/20.]

Glorious Boy

A riveting amalgam of history, family epic, anticolonial/antiwar treatise, cultural crossroads, and more, this latest from best-selling author Liu (Face) is a fascinating, irresistible marvel.
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Subduction

Gorgeously, toughly written, this book dares to be open-ended yet leaves readers with a satisfying sense of how life really unfolds. Cultural clash matters here, but personal differences and desires even more. For any fiction reader looking beyond the obvious. [See “Winter/Spring Bests,” LJ 4/20.]

Against the Wind

The writing is brilliant and economical, especially about the environment, and there’s all sorts of information here for the taking, but essentially this is a novel of character. And a very good one. Unbelievably, this is a first novel from an author with a PhD in physics from Harvard. One can hope there will be many more
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