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Most of these do have a rather more overtly political slant than the novelettes, but they manage to come off more history than allegory (perhaps because the length allows deeper explorations of character and setting), so I feel better about them.

Let's see what we've got. )
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Once again, four from the Rabid slate and one from the Sad. Though I was actually surprised to find that I didn't hate any of these. In fact, I think I actually enjoyed reading every single one (which is in stark contract to last year's pickings in this category). So that's a positive sign, at least.Read more... )
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Just before the voting deadline, my picks for the novels. I read at least the first few chapters of all of them.Read more... )

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