Novels for the Ebolapocalypse

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“If you want to be grateful for something today, be grateful for that: Ebola doesn’t fly,” according to a 2012 NYT op-ed. (Ok, so that’s not true, but you’re still probably safe.) If you (like me) have been obsessively re-watching that infected American patient walk into his hospital in Atlanta, I’d like to suggest you (I) first relax, and then indulge your (my) Ebolapocalypse fears elsewhere, e.g., a roundup of  the 14 best pandemic novels according to Slate11 from io9, 22 from Bookshopor all 1,000+ at Goodreads.

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One Response to “Novels for the Ebolapocalypse”

  1. Carl Zimmer on the Ebolapocalypse | The Chicago Blog
    at 1:04 pm on August 7, 2014

    […] to help us digest what this means in our daily lives—whether we’re assembling a list of novels for the Ebolapocalypse like The Millions, or standing in line at CVS for a pre-emptive […]

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