Michael Lewis’s ‘The Premonition’: a closer look at how the pandemic response went awry
A masterclass in provoking conversation. Michael Lewis’s books all share the idea that, when a system breaks, hard-working and talented individuals can save the day. His newest one, "The Premonition: A Pandemic Story" — which follows doctors, government officials and academics who anticipated the COVID-19 pandemic — might be his most quintessential story yet. Cody Delistraty reveals how Lewis offers yet another timely parable that stirs the pot, putting the moral of the story in the characters’ hands.
From The Wall Street Journal