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A pitch-dark comedy on the wages of violence from the Man Booker Prize-winning author of "Milkman"
Not even a luxury, high-tech showerhead can make me turn on the mist setting in the middle of winter.
From a gender-swapped 'Count of Monte Cristo' to a Brooklyn-based 'Pride and Prejudice,' these novels that reimagine classic stories are a joy to read.
For a story that's more than 200 years old, Emma has remained remarkably on point as the centuries have gone by.