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Lane Alexander’s THE NIGHT PEOPLE has an intriguing premise: all people are born with latent special abilities, but only some of them have mutated enough...
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FINAL SEASON is a mind churning, abstract masterpiece that reveals humanity’s insecurities, emotions, and subconscious thoughts through first person accounts.
Starting with the simple conceit of a pair of sleepless parents, THE BABY MONITOR spins out into a hair-raising tale of a couple on the...