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Contest - Win New Novels by Hari Kunzru and Heidi Julavits and a $100 Threadless Gift Certificate

This past week I finished two of the year's finest novels, Hari Kunzru's Gods Without Men and Heidi Julavits's The Vanishers. Upon finishing The Vanishers, I looked at the back panel and noticed that three of my favorite writers...
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