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“At the intersection of dystopian fiction and magical realism,” Fagan's standout second novel, The Sunlight Pilgrims, after her acclaimed debut, The Panopticon, projects a future extrapolated from pressures on the present. "Despite its forbidding setting, [this] remains a hopeful tale about human connections.”
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