There is an uncanny familiarity of fear, panic, questions and frustration as the story of a mysterious virus unfolds. I checked the publishing date (2019) and marveled at Walker's ability to describe the feelings and actions of various people during a large scale quarantine. Occasionally Walker will wax philosophic, but it these portions blend into the feel of the story--a dreamy inward-focusing of the mind, not bound in time and open to the existence of many timelines. But do not think this book is ethereal; no, it moves quickly forward, hooking me into every following chapter.

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