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The Shut Ins (Katherine Brabon, A&U)

When Mai Takeda runs into an old acquaintance at a train station in Nagoya, it begins a narrative that weaves the lives of four people together in unexpected ways. Mai, newly married and hesitant to fulfil her duty by having children, is drawn into another world when she agrees to...

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Category: Reviews