This week’s List List is sponsored by All the Missing Girls by Megan Miranda.
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at Flavorwire, The 10 Best Sci-Fi and Fantasy Books of 2016 So Far
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at The Guardian, Top 10 Children’s Books Set in NYC
at CBC, 10 Fantasy Reads for Your Game of Thrones Withdrawal
at BuzzFeed Books, All the Books Referenced in Season 4 of OITNB
at Signature, 7 Books to Understand Our Shaky Relationship with Law Enforcement
at Suvudu, Christopher Husberg’s 5 Favorite Works of Dark Fantasy
at Huffington Post, 8 Literary Gardens to Escape to This Summer
at Tor, Genre Benders for July
at Off the Shelf, 9 Books to Ease Your Outlander Withdrawal
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