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Celeste Ng's powerful new dystopian novel reflects our headlines back to us

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Less is Lost, by Andrew Sean Greer Little, Brown hide caption

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Little, Brown

'Less' offers more in Andrew Sean Greer's follow-up to his Pulitzer-winning novel

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MacMillan

Ling Ma's first novel predicted the pandemic. Her new collection goes one step beyond

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