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    From Pulitzer Prize-winning Washington Post reporter, a powerful and cathartic portrait of a country grappling with the COVID-19 pandemic - from feeling afraid and overwhelmed to extraordinarily resilient - told through voices of people from all across America.

    The COVID-19 pandemic was a world-shattering event, affecting everyone in the nation. From its first ominous stirrings, renowned journalist Eli Saslow began interviewing a cross-section of Americans, capturing their experiences in real time: an exhausted and anguished EMT risking his life in New York City; a grocery-store owner feeding his neighborhood for free in locked-down New Orleans; an overwhelmed coroner in Georgia; a Maryland restaurateur forced to close his family business after 46 years; an Arizona teacher wrestling with her fears and her obligations to her students; rural citizens adamant that the whole thing is a hoax, and retail workers attacked for asking people to wear masks; patients struggling to breathe and doctors desperately trying to save them.

    Through Saslow's masterful, empathetic interviewing, we are given a kaleidoscopic picture of a people dealing with the unimaginable. These deeply personal accounts make for cathartic listening, as we see Americans at their worst and at their resilient best. 

    ©2021 Eli Saslow (P)2021 Random House Audio


    "Voices from the Pandemic offers a rich and valuable portrait of a confusing, frightening time in our history." (Associated Press)

    "[O]ne of the nation’s preeminent storytellers." (Oregon Live

    "Saslow has done a sterling job of capturing real people’s experiences of the start of the pandemic." (Tampa Bay Times

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