Satire

The zip line plot of S.E. Boyd’s The Lemon slings the reader from one hilariously fraught incident to the next, and the conclusion is as emotionally satisfying as ever an author—or three—could have concocted.

The zip line plot of S.E. Boyd’s The Lemon slings the reader from one hilariously fraught incident to the next, and the conclusion is as emotionally satisfying as ever an author—or three—could have concocted.

A country home becomes a site of bottomless drama for eight characters during the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.

A country home becomes a site of bottomless drama for eight characters during the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Unplug your Alexa and toss your Apple Watch. The Every, a companion to Dave Eggers’ previous novel, The Circle, will likely scare the bejesus out of you.

Unplug your Alexa and toss your Apple Watch. The Every, a companion to Dave Eggers’ previous novel, The Circle, will likely scare the bejesus out of you.

Halfway through A Special Place for Women, the book you think you’re reading turns into something else entirely.

Halfway through A Special Place for Women, the book you think you’re reading turns into something else entirely.

Mateo Askaripour’s novel is well suited to the audiobook format, as its similarity to motivational tapes adds to the novel’s satirization.

Mateo Askaripour’s novel is well suited to the audiobook format, as its similarity to motivational tapes adds to the novel’s satirization.

An intellectual and captivating work of satire, Black Buck serves as an instruction manual for Black and brown people working in white-dominated spaces.

An intellectual and captivating work of satire, Black Buck serves as an instruction manual for Black and brown people working in white-dominated spaces.

‘Impersonation’ is a critique of our society’s fragile social safety net for so many vulnerable women, full of satirical humor and a lot of harsh truths.

‘Impersonation’ is a critique of our society’s fragile social safety net for so many vulnerable women, full of satirical humor and a lot of harsh truths.

Coe’s hilarious, nuanced and well-observed satire of modern-day Britain keeps the pages turning while leaving a smile on readers’ faces.

Coe’s hilarious, nuanced and well-observed satire of modern-day Britain keeps the pages turning while leaving a smile on readers’ faces.

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