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Tuesday New Release Day: Diski; ?afak; Olafsson; Krasznahorkai; le Guin

Out this week: The Vanishing Princess by Jenny Diski; Three Daughters of Eve by Elif ?afak; One Station Away by Olaf Olafsson; The World Goes On by László Krasznahorkai; and No Time to Spare by Ursula le Guin. For more on these and other new titles, go read our most recent book preview. The post Tuesday New Release Day: Diski; ?afak; Olafsson; Krasznahorkai; le Guin appeared first on The Millions.
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