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A cordon surrounds a part of Siberia that’s been abandoned for decades, guarded by soldiers from an ostensibly neutral, international coalition. Most people don’t know that the Quarantine exists, and why would they? Some forgotten corner of Russia isn’t likely to affect their lives.

Elizabeth Belle has been affected by the Quarantine. She doesn’t care what’s inside; it doe
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Kindle Edition, 362 pages
Published November 30th 2020
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This is the trippiest story I've read in a while-it had an Annihilation vibe. The first 50% of the novel was vague and mysterious and frustrating, and I almost gave up. I'm still not sure exactly what Harbinger is and what people want to do with it. And why did so many people know Elizabeth? It's hard to rate, but I'll give it 3 stars since the Epilogue makes me wonder what Elizabeth's fate is and I just may read the next book i
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