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Fire Exit

This novel further testifies to Talty’s ability as a formal craftsman, but its overdependence on narrative and emotional loops leaves the short novel feeling surprisingly padded.

The Skunks

A character-driven convivial novel.

The Woman in the Sable Coat

Told in multiple POVs, Brooks’s latest features complex yet fragile characters that will engage readers until the end.

Otter Country: An Unexpected Adventure in the Natural World

Darlington’s expressive descriptions animate this highly recommended book that looks back at how nature stories encouraged a child’s wonder of river otters. It also looks at how otter populations are recovering in the UK.

The Liberators

Koh’s work should resonate strongly, with its focus on the desire of wanting to be seen and to belong, regardless of the histories that shape the individual.

Hazardous Spirits

Readers of gothic mysteries, historical fiction, and domestic drama will all find satisfaction within Salam’s atmospheric, layered world.

Meet Me Tonight in Atlantic City

Wong’s insights are both brilliant and scathing. Highly recommended for its originality, poetic language, and raw honesty.

Move Like Water: My Story of the Sea

Even for readers with no knowledge of or particular interest in sperm whales, albatrosses, or barnacles, this highly recommended memoir can be enjoyed on the level of its prose alone.

The Loneliness Files: A Memoir in Essays

Reflective yet urgent, reverberating with feeling. Dixon beautifully articulates how loneliness is paradoxically a narrative that people experience together, even as they experience it in spaces of isolation, vulnerability, and loss.

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