IF A NOVEL about heavily pharmaceuticalized Princeton students banding together amid apocalyptic climate change — including weathering a 10-day, four-foot blizzard that spans northeastern America and kills 500 — feels a little too close for comfort, well, that’s the point. A tome that begins with, “Even Hitler was on meth. Google it,” isn’t interested with […]
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