The Covid-19 pandemic is hitting us all hard. Though it took its toll on her physical and mental state, it brought us closer to our loved ones and taught us the importance of relationships, and how to love and respect the little things in life.
Now that people have been isolated after quite a long time, they have also become concerned about how to navigate in a post-pandemic world. However, books are there to save you. These 5 books will help you navigate the post-pandemic world:
- ’Death with Interruptions’ by Jose Saramago
Set in an unnamed landlocked country in an unspecified past, this book begins with the end of universal process death. The main focus of the book is how society relates to death – both as a phenomenon and as an anthropomorphic character, and how death relates to the people it is supposed to kill.
- Kevin Brockmeier’s The Illumination
The Illumination’ by Kevin Brockmeier describes a world where human wounds and suffering radiate visible life. It is a private diary of love notes written by a husband to his wife, who passes into the care of a hospital patient, and from there through the hands of five other suffering people. The letter touches each of them in a unique way. The reader takes you on a journey through the book – from stranger to stranger – they come to understand how brilliantly they are all connected, in all their human wounds and experiences.
- ’The Book Of M’ by Peng Shepherd
The book tells the compelling story of ordinary people who find themselves in an extraordinary catastrophe and risk everything to save those they love. The story is set in the Indian market, where a man’s shadow disappears. As news coverage tries to explain the event, similar cases continue to mount. discovers. The phenomenon is spreading like a plague as people learn the price of their lost part: their memories.
- ‘The Companions’ by Katie M Flynn
The novel begins in a futuristic California during a quarantine lockdown and a highly contagious virus that has killed large groups of people. The main premise of the book was to examine the question of eternal life. As the story progresses, a company discovers a way to transform a dying person’s consciousness into that of an artificial body. These machine men were initially used as companions; some acted as guardians of their relatives, while others were sold to strangers to keep them company during the quarantine lockdown.
- “A Beginning at the End” by Mike Chen
The novel centers on how four survivors come together as the country is rebuilt in the wake of a devastating pandemic. Mike Chen’s ‘A Beginning at the End’ is character-driven post-apocalyptic suspense with an intimate atmosphere.
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