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I like fantasy. The end.
The Fox Woman - Kij Johnson Both of these novels (I'm including Fudoki) were just a little flat for me. I thought the medieval Japan was really cool (and a little terrifying - I mean the ladies could never leave their house, like, ever. Kill me now). But I never felt like any of the characters actually loved each other.

The writing was beautiful and evocative, and everything was totally imaginable even if it was so foreign to me.

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The Dog Stars
Peter Heller
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