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A brilliant, unflinching account . . . Singular and powerfully strange . . . It is hard to imagine a more insightful account of mass grief and its terrible processes. This book is a future classic of disaster journalism, up there with John Hersey’s Hiroshima.

Rachel Cooke, The Guardian
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Fucking incredible. Hamilton has created both an unsparing psychological portrait of a generation—a generation that could just about see a new world through the tear gas—and a poetic, searing depiction of a revolution betrayed.

Molly Crabapple on The City Always Wins by Omar Robert Hamilton

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Jeff VanderMeer

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7 Wonders of ASG

A sort of American Psycho from the prostitute’s point of view, a damning, often hilarious account of toxic masculinity and Wall Street money culture.

Alexandra Schwartz, New Yorker

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ROBIN SLOAN TAKES READERS ON A WILDLY GEEKY, FLOUR-DUSTED RIDE THROUGH THE STRANGE HIERARCHIES OF THE BAY AREA FOOD AND TECHIE COMMUNITIES IN HIS SECOND NOVEL, SOURDOUGH.

Shelf Awareness on Sourdough by Robin Sloan

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October 18th, 2011

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Robin Sloan

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In the masterful and rueful Whiskey, the sentences and dialogue burn like 100 proof shots of the novel’s namesake: smoky, sharp, and chased with black humor.

Whitney Terrell, author of The Good Lieutenant

on Whiskey by Bruce Holbert