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Fiction: Debut: Lily Brooks-Dalton's debut GOOD MORNING, MIDNIGHT, on the return from a two-year voyage through outer space, an astronaut and her crewmates find that communications from Earth have suddenly gone dark; at the same time, an aging scientist at an outpost in the Arctic suspects that he may be the last person alive on the planet; as the astronauts and the scientist each confront an uncertain future in the wake of the mysterious catastrophe, they begin to make sense of their own lives, of the decisions they have made, and of the intricate and unyielding power of human connection, to Anna Pitoniak at Random House, at auction, by Jennifer Gates at Zachary Shuster Harmsworth Literary Agency.
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