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Cheating Death Will Cost You In 'The Wise And The Wicked'

Rebecca Podos' new novel follows a girl who's inherited her family power: She can see her Time, the moment of her death. But then she discovers it's possible to evade your Time — for a painful price.
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In this tale of a family with dark secrets and divinatory gifts, Lambda Literary Award winner Rebecca Podos ponders the inevitable question: If you can read the future that lies ahead, do you also have the power to change it?

When Ruby Chernyavsky hit her teen years, she had a premonition — a vision of the moments leading up to her death. Knowing her "Time" was something she always expected, since all of the women in her

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