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Average rating: 3.34 · 882 ratings · 121 reviews · 2 distinct works · Similar authors
After Disasters

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“The moment the earthquake hits, Ted has a premonition: a burning sensation on his feet. Not the pins and needles from sitting cross-legged for too long, but like the restlessness of the soles after standing on the subway for an hour. Like the blood wants to burst from his skin. No blinding vision, no sudden trance—it’s not until weeks later that he realizes what the feeling was. But in the future, he won’t tell the story this way.”
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