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Justin Torres,
author of We the Animals
“Robinson’s stellar, revelatory fourth entry in her Gilead cycle . . . beautiful, superbly crafted.”
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a springboard for thinking about the shifting fortunes of rock music, the Internet, and the uneasy century.”
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“Reading Scorpionfish I felt transported to Athens in the summer and also into the narrator’s life. The death of her parents, a recent breakup, and a connection with a stranger force her to reckon with her dual identity and present self. I both couldn’t stop reading this and never wanted it to end!”—Althea Lamel, Book Culture
“A contemporary novel set in a gritty French garrison town that made me think about the effects of military service in countries other than my own.”
—Mimi Hannan,
La Playa Books 

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