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The Irish Times
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The Washington Post
Paul Di Filippo
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This bruising yet surprisingly tender tale of urban isolation shines a light on the drift

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The Guardian
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In the wake of the #MeToo movement, it seems like everyone's talking about toxic masculin

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NPR
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Chibundu Onuzo’s fine novel of Nigeria has an internationalist heart.

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The Economist
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The New York Times
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The ugliness of war is brilliantly captured in this wildly original novel narrated by a t

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The Guardian
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The Washington Post
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The Guardian
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The Atlantic
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