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Lois Lowry's novel The Giver was creating a stir even before its official New Year's Day 1993 release date. Within weeks, the surge of interest would become a storm. Eventually, this dystopian fiction about a young boy's escape from conformity would top bestseller lists, receive rave reviews, and win its author the coveted Newbery Medal. Now, 5.3 million copies sold later, the first volume of four related standalones reappears as an attractive paperback on the eve of one of the most eagerly anticipated films of the summer.