Ghosts of the Tsunami : Death and Life in Japan’s Disaster Zone
by Richard Lloyd Parry
Editor: Vintage Publishing
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You will no longer read fine, the work of this year’s non-fiction narrative storyline.Economist ” Breathtaking, the extraordinary work of non-fictionTimes Literary Supplement’ A Future Classic of the Journalism Catastrophic Disaster’.As an observer on 11 March 2011, an earthquake sent one of 120 feet high from the shattering tsunami on the north-eastern coast of Japan.By the time the sea retreated, more than 18,500 people had been crushed, burned to death, drowned.He was Japan’s biggest loss of life since the atomic bombing of Nagasaki.It triggers a national crisis, and the collapse of a nuclear power plant.And even after the emergency disappeared, the trauma of the catastrophe continues to express itself in bizarre and mysterious.Richard Lloyd Parry, winner of a corresponding foreign award, lived through the Tokyo earthquake, and spent six years of relationships from the disaster area.He’s there with ghost stories and haunted houses.He met a priest who performed exorcisms on people possessed by the spirits of the dead.And he found himself pulled back, over and over again, a village that suffered the greatest loss, a tormented community, the terrible mysteries of his own.What really happened to local children, as they expected in the schoolyard in the moments before the tsunami.Why don’t their teachers safely evacuate themAnd why the unbearable truth being stubbornly hiddenThe ghosts of the Tsunami is a classic of non-fiction literature, a heartbreak and the intimate account of an epic tragedy, told through the testimonies of those who lived it.It tells the story of a nation in the face of a disaster, and the dark one struggles to find solace in the ruins.
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