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how high we go in the dark by Sequoia Nagamatsu

This slightly sci-fi novel of interleaving stories is entirely too melodramatic, maudlin and death obsessed, because it doesn’t earn any of it - the characters are all shallow copies of each other with very little depth or voice. 


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