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- January 21, 2022

How a fictional plague helped Sequoia Nagamatsu overcome grief

'How High We Go In The Dark' explores human resilience in a dystopian world

by Michael Berry

"How High We Go in the Dark" by Sequoia Nagamatsu is a futuristic novel about a catastrophic pandemic that eerily mirrors current times. The first-time author, however, penned his story, which was released this week, before COVID-19 was on anyone's radar.

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Contributing writer Michael Berry can be emailed at [email protected]


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