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  • Darkly funny and surprisingly tender.

    Kirsty Logan, author of THINGS WE SAY IN THE DARK
  • So tightly written, and so much fun to read.

    Kikuko Tsumura, author of THERE’S NO SUCH THING AS AN EASY JOB
  • I found myself completely captivated by this novel's unusual and inviting premise and all that it questions and stirs up.

    Aimee Bender, author of THE PARTICULAR SADNESS OF LEMON CAKE
  • I loved it. It's incredible. Diary of a Void is joyful, exuberant, and triumphant. It made my heart sing.

    Claire Oshetsky, author of CHOUETTE
  • Yagi captures Shibata's loneliness and the community she's granted upon 'falling into step' with her married peers in such a keen way that, reading along, you're on pins and needles to discover what will happen as this fake pregnancy runs its course... The [fun] premise pays off.

    Eliza Smith, Literary Hub

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