A Memoir From The Future On How We'll Survive COVID-19
A story predicting the challenges facing us, and how we'll overcome the coronavirus pandemic:
→ Hospitals that become a second home.
→ A diet of beans and beans (and beans).
→ The "unusual" foods we'll learn to eat when we get tired of beans.
→ People so accustomed to isolation that every new acquaintance becomes family.
→ Communicating by coughing and sneezing.
→ Military engagements with China, Iran, and Congress.
→ Toilet paper worship.
→ Coping with outages in water, sewer, and electricity.
→ Worldwide politics turned upside-down.
→ The foolish joy of singing with your friends when you all have pneumonia.
→ People whose final goal is to help their neighbor at the end.
A down-to-earth, in-the-trenches view of day-to-day adjustments, provocative but positive. Narrated by an average man whose life has been upended, SUMMER NEVER CAME is a thought-provoking vision of a world changed forever.
Horrifying yet hopeful
Utterly original in creating a narrator from the future, a man who has suffered from COVID-19 as so many of us are suffering now. How will it end? Read this story not for its predictions, but for its passion, its courage. Read it for its evocative scenes of death and survival. Read it and get ready to think, and feel, as you have never done before.