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Review: Pasha Malla’s Fugue States and Aisha Sasha John’s I have to live explore different ways to be seen
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Review: Randa Abdel-Fattah’s The Lines We Cross, Susan Juby’s The Fashion Committee and Kim Turrisi’s Just a Normal Tuesday
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Review: John Conrad’s Among the Walking Wounded and Adam Montgomery’s The Invisible Injured explore PTSD in Canadian soldiers
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Review: Pajtim Statovci’s My Cat Yugoslavia, S.J. Sindu’s Marriage of a Thousand Lies and Peter Gajdics’s The Inheritance of Shame
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Review: Condoleezza Rice’s Democracy, Edward Luce’s The Retreat of Western Liberalism and Bill Emmott’s The Fate of the West
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Review: Arundhati Roy's The Ministry of Utmost Happiness explores the harrowing and complicated aspects of love
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Review: Emily Barr’s The One Memory of Flora Banks, Melanie J. Fishbane’s Maud and Scott Westerfeld and Alex Puvilland’s Spill Zone
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Review: Lisa Jewell's I Found You, Agnete Friis's What My Body Remembers and Dennis Lehane's Since We Fell
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Review: Roxane Gay's Hunger is a profoundly honest account of what it’s like to be a woman of size
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Review: Katherine Collins's The Collected Neil the Horse, Eleanor Davis's You & a Bike & a Road and Maggie Umber's Sound of Snow Falling

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