By Paddy Bostock

Twenty-twenty: a momentous year in global history with an unprecedented capacity to redefine the very concept of normality.

Set against the baleful background of the Covid-19 pandemic, and tracing at each turn both its private and its collective vicissitudes, the story offers a factional chronicle of some of the darkest chapters in US and UK politics of recent decades, interweaving elements of farce, magic, romance and sleaze by means of a colourful cast of personas that range from eminent—and often corrupt—politicians and their advisors to supernatural agents willing to intercede in the defense of the frailest of human objectives: justice.

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