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Adjei-Brenyah's short story collection, Friday Black, is like Black Mirror but with retail and race specifically. Its perfect portrayal of racial dystopia is scary, fortelling, and darkly comic all at the same time. Smart, dark satire, perfect for right now. Handle it! We should!
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