*No Spoilers
This book kept me riveted and wondering what was coming next. It begins with a play that ties our characters together and quickly turns to the real world where a disease throws hospitals and entire cities into quarantine. We watch our characters move from this play to a very new world, many of them without their loved ones. The storytelling jumps between chatacters and between times, constantly leaving you dying to find out where the other chatacters have gone while you're desperate to get as much information from the character you're reading at the time. I often find jumps like this very jarring, but this book was written so "smartly" (if that's a way of saying it), that the jumps easily flow and take you with them.

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