Read from July 20 to 24, 2016 — I own a copy , read count: 1
Synopsis: The global economy is in tatters not because of humanity’s faults but because of its accomplishment. The country of Shan Won, a small island state off the coast of China, has cured all of our ills, and like a black hole, a piercing singularity of perfection, it’s sucking the world dry of its stability and leadership and power.
Bookish Things: 160 pages. The cover ties in a little with the story, but it’s not the best fit.