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  • Lost Kings

    by Paul Vitols

    John Pulkis, last seen aged 16 in The Thought Dial, is now 20 and traveling the backroads of Europe in a 1970 Volkswagen Westfalia with his friend Stephen. The boys are footloose and fancy free—or are they? When they discover that they have run low on funds, John suddenly finds himself in a spiritual crisis. Indeed, as he looks out at the passing ruins in this wintry landscape, he sees that he is ... Read more

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  • The Thought Dial

    by Paul Vitols

    Sixteen-year-old John Pulkis faces disaster: he’s got two tickets to the Doobie Brothers concert at the Vancouver Coliseum in eight days—and he’s lost them! It’s not about the money, although that was plenty—fourteen dollars, a month’s allowance. No, he needs those tickets, for only they will give him the courage to do what he otherwise cannot: ask Sue Nielsen for a date.As a would-be astronomer, ... Read more

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  • A Tourist Visa

    by Paul Vitols

    Welcome to the Latvia Hotel, Riga’s only high-rise and the pinnacle of three-star luxury in this Baltic republic. The year is 1982, and here young Canadian traveler Curtis Jansons discovers that even a small serving of Soviet hospitality comes with a heaping side order of bureaucracy. But this time, that side order is served by Galina, a young, pretty Intourist officer—and when he asks her for a ... Read more

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  • Truth of the Python

    by Paul Vitols

    On New Year's Eve, 1990, Vancouver hypnotherapist Philip Dozier, while treating shy, neurotic science student Greg Brodie, inadvertently leads his client to a traumatic memory--from twenty-five centuries ago.In doing so, he opens a Pandora's jar of life-changing consequences. For it emerges not only that Greg may have been the Greek philosopher Pythagoras, and Philip himself a key figure in that ... Read more

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  • A Partial History of Lost Causes

    A Novel

    by Jennifer duBois

    FINALIST FOR THE PEN/HEMINGWAY PRIZE FOR DEBUT FICTIONIn Jennifer duBois’s mesmerizing and exquisitely rendered debut novel, a long-lost letter links two disparate characters, each searching for meaning against seemingly insurmountable odds. With uncommon perception and wit, duBois explores the power of memory, the depths of human courage, and the endurance of love.**NAMED BY THE NATIONAL BOOK ... Read more

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  • Six Tor.com Science Fiction & Fantasy Stories from the 2010 Locus Recommended Reading List

    A Tor.com Original

    by Various Authors

    series A Tor.Com Original
    Tor.com is proud that six of our original offerings from 2010 were included among this year's Locus recommendations, and in commemoration of that, here are all six of those stories.Includes work from authors A.M. Dellamonica, Charlie Jane Anders, Bruce McAllister, Cat Rambo, Rachel Swirsky, and Ian TregillisPublished continuously since 1968, Locus is the monthly trade magazine of the science ... Read more

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  • The Russian Debutante's Handbook

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    by Gary Shteyngart

    A visionary novel from the author of Super Sad True Love Story and Little Failure.The Russian Debutante's Handbook introduces Vladimir Girshkin, one of the most original and unlikely heroes of recent times. The twenty-five-year-old unhappy lover to a fat dungeon mistress, affectionately nicknamed "Little Failure" by his high-achieving mother, Vladimir toils his days away as a lowly clerk at the ... Read more

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  • Euro 2012 Survival Guide Poland Ukraine

    by Paddy Lee

    Heading to Poland or Ukraine for Euro 2012? Our handy guide – written by two England fans living in Poland and Ukraine – will give you the inside tips on where to go, what to do, how to stay safe and enjoy your stay in these beautiful countries.We have the real inside knowledge that you'll need to enjoy yourself and the competition to the upmost.Areas covered:TransportAccomodationTicketsWomenBeerPoliceCultureLanguage ... Read more

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  • The Dark Side of Innocence

    Growing Up Bipolar

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  • True Stories Of The 50's Part Three

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    series True Stories Of The 50's #3
    Did you know that gas stations gave away dyed chicks at Easter time - purple, green, you name it? Or that vendors traveled to neighborhoods to sell vegetables and fish from their trucks, that scores of neighborhood kids got together on the streets at night to play hide and seek, red light-green light, or one potato two potato? That the "tax man" came to your door and sat down to go over taxable ... Read more

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  • Where Bears Roam The Streets

    by Jeff Parker

    “Parker’s exquisitely titled book is as off-kilter as a Kurt Vonnegut novel, and wholly absorbing.” —Maclean’sJeff Parker went to Russia intending to write a book about the country’s resurgence as a major global superpower under President Vladimir Putin and about the emergence, for perhaps the first time in history, of a Russian middle class. But Russia tends to resist any attempt to pin it down. ... Read more

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