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IN THIS EPIC FEMINIST FANTASY, A POWERFUL SPELL GIVES WOMEN CONTROL OVER THEIR OWN FERTILITY, UPENDING SOCIETY.

“The Women’s War”

By Jenna Glass

546 pp. Del Rey. $28.

While feminist science fiction and fantasy books have been around for decades — see , and — tales that reflect recent feminist movements like #MeToo are an essential next step in an ongoing conversation. That’s what makes “The Women’s War,” by Jenna Glass,

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