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Start reading pre-publication excerpts from major debuts (We Are Not Ourselves, by Matthew Thomas; The Miniaturist, by Jessie Burton; The Undertaking, by Audrey Magee); well-known authors (Tana French, Marlon James, John Scalzi, W. Bruce Cameron, Lev Grossman and Deborah Harkness); and well-known people (Alan Cumming, Billy Idol, Neil Patrick Harris, Peter Thiel).

The new YA edition features Ellen Hopkins, Garth Nix, Scott Westerfeld, Carl Hiaasen, Michael Perry, Ben Tripp, Meg Wolitzer, James Frey and more.
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6. Hebephrenica/ It's Time You Knew (by Ken Egbert (aka K. Griffiths), One More Haggard Drowned Man)
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