How High We Go in the Dark by Sequoia Nagamatsu. Published by William Morrow

In the not so distant future, humanity’s disregard of the planet we call home has created not only a climatological disaster but also a biological one. Climate change has caused Polar ice caps to melt, releasing a long buried virus that rips through the world, leaving many dead. At this point, you might be thinking, no thanks, sounds too much like our own reality, not fiction. Yes, there are some similarities in this book to current events, but the interwoven stories of the people affected by these tragedies are transcendent. This book, instead of instilling fear and despair, lifts readers up in a way it’s almost impossible to put into words. Nagamatsu has created a book that will be a balm to all who despair about our future as a species and I believe this will be hailed as one of the greatest books of this generation. without a doubt, the most remarkable book I have ever read

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