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"It has the dark, swoopy adrenaline of The Hunger Games, but the elegiac tone of The Road. Who cares what shelf you find it on? Just read it."Entertainment Weekly
"Wildly entertaining... I couldn't turn the pages fast enough."Justin Cronin, The New York Times Book Review
Andrew Carnegie Medal Nominee
Junot Díaz's short story collection is nominated for a 2013 Andrew Carnegie Medal for excellence in fiction. Winners will be announced on June 30th.
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All of us at Penguin love our pets, and we wanted to do something special to help animals in need. Read Humane provides funding to organizations dedicated to protecting animals. We've featured some of our pets on the blog to show how great animal adoption can be.
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