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A gripping account of the developments that paved the way to the Iran nuclear deal. nyti.ms/2cEe8OJ
How video games have become so engaging, addictive and even good for you. nyti.ms/2dbiUSV
A gripping account of the developments that paved the way to the Iran nuclear deal. nyti.ms/2dsd15z
.@StephenKing says Emma Donoghue's "The Wonder" is "impossible to put down." nyti.ms/2drLQne
.@StephenKing says Emma Donoghue's "The Wonder" is "impossible to put down." nyti.ms/2d7sx4W
.@StephenKing says Emma Donoghue's "The Wonder" is "impossible to put down." nyti.ms/2dofYzJ
Amor Towles's sly and winning new novel is about a downwardly mobile aristocrat in Moscow. nyti.ms/2dgbmAc
An Indian woman tracks her abuser in the "compulsively readable" "Sleeping on Jupiter." nyti.ms/2d5WgKe
Does life exist beyond Earth? Four new books take a look at the search, and the searchers. nyti.ms/2cRJsed
"The Fortunes" is a stark meditation on Chinese-American experience over the past 150 years nyti.ms/2cfA6qQ
"The Fortunes" is a stark meditation on Chinese-American experience over the past 150 years nyti.ms/2cudch9
"I tend to avoid horror because I’m a wimp." Paula Hawkins, By the Book nyti.ms/2ccaZFD
Villains are "so often the most interesting characters in fiction." Paula Hawkins nyti.ms/2cLacJA
 
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