From Griffin Hansbury, writing as Jeremiah Moss, an exhilarating and intimate look at what happened when the pandemic emptied the city — and a rebellious energy reclaimed the streets.
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“This story is a memory, a documentary, a personal journey, a political manifesto, a searing critique, a human embrace.”
“The saddest and the most exhilarating book you will read this year. It is an epic of a liberated city.”
“A sublime and furious love letter to our city during the plague. A must for every New Yorker, and for everyone who has ever loved a place.”
“In its gentle way this is the most radical book I have read in a long time.”