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Boy, Snow, Bird

Helen Oyeyemi

A family’s secrets run deep in this loose retelling of “Snow White.”

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The Fall of Arthur

J.R.R. Tolkien, edited by Christopher Tolkien

Displaying lyrical elegance, the famed author's only Arthurian effort is the latest work compiled and edited by his son.

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A small town struggles to understand the new meanings of life and death when its deceased are resurrected.

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The two protagonists from these graphic novels — one a Knight Templar, another a struggling theoretical physicist — couldn’t be more different, but their stories will make you take notice.

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Marriage, loss and fairy tales are at the heart of Matt Bell’s lyrical debut novel.

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A suicide unlocks sinister, otherworldly forces in Neil Gaiman’s first book for adults in eight years.

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Red Moon

Benjamin Percy

Werewolves, coming-of-age, and political allegory: disparate elements that mix successfully in this latest novel from Benjamin Percy.

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Amidst apocalyptic disaster, two people search for a common lover in a panicked Mumbai.