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3 intriguing new science fiction titles

A new year brings new voices in all the genres. But in science fiction and fantasy, much of the writing is not only new but also exploratory, pushing the boundaries set by earlier writers, breaking new imaginative ground. 

And since this is science fiction, the new imaginative ground is usually alien ground. This is the case in , the

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