The Strain, The Fall and Night Eternal by Guillermo Del Toro/Chuck Hogan

In one week, Manhattan will be gone.
In one month, the country. In two months . . . the world.
At New York’s JFK Airport an arriving Boeing 777 taxiing along a runway suddenly stops dead. All the shades have been drawn, all communication channels have mysteriously gone quiet. Dr. Eph Goodweather, head of a CDC rapid-response team investigating biological threats, boards the darkened plane . . . and what he finds makes his blood run cold.
A terrifying contagion has come to the unsuspecting city, an unstoppable plague that will spread like an all-consuming wildfire—lethal, merciless, hungry . . . vampiric.
And in a pawnshop in Spanish Harlem an aged Holocaust survivor knows that the war he has been dreading his entire life is finally here . . .

Eleanor & Park

This was the second book I had on hold anticipating to listen to on the drive to/from Savannah, but due to the delay in availability I listened to it this past week mostly while knitting in Starbucks. I came across the title on one of the lists Gina posted about. Heartbreaking. I started out eye-rolling

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Happiness™

Sorry for my delay in posting. A quick trip down to Savannah consumed much of my attention. Before leaving I was in search of an audiobook/s to listen on the drive. Coming up short and feeling the pressure to fill my time, I decided to re-read “Happiness” by Will Ferguson (not to be confused with

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