The Storm Is Here: America On The Brink | Paperback | By Luke Mogelson

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  • The Storm is Here: America on the Brink
  • Pages: 400
  • Format: Paperback
  • Author: Luke Mogelson
  • Publisher: Riverrun
  • Publication date: 13 September 2022
  • Category: Politics, Political activism
  • Size: 23.2 x 15.4 x 3cm
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The Storm is Here: America on the Brink by Luke Mogelson


The New Yorker's award-winning war correspondent returns to his own country to chronicle a story of mounting civic breakdown and violent disorder, in a vivid eyewitness narrative of revelatory explanatory power. Through vivid depictions of events on the ground, from the onset of the pandemic to the attack on the US Capitol- during which Mogelson was in the Senate chamber with the insurrectionists and its aftermath.

Bravely reported and beautifully written, Mogelson's book follows the tradition of some of the essential chronicles of war and unrest of our time.


'This is a searing book, exquisitely reported, lyrically told, and so vivid it will make your heart stop-a dark journey into what ails America' Patrick Radden Keefe

'A terrifying and essential book that anyone who loves this country should read, and a powerful reminder of the value of fair-minded, clear-eyed, compassionate reporting.' George Saunders

'Mogelson writes with the descriptive fluency and eye for detail that you would expect of a reporter with his credentials. But what makes this book more than a dystopian travelogue is his ability to tease out connections across history and make illuminating global comparisons.' Guardian

'?Mogelson avoids dwelling on trauma but circles it constantly, carefully exploring its fringes.' New York Times

About the Author

Luke Mogelson has written for The New Yorker since 2013, covering the wars in Afghanistan, Syria, and Iraq. During the pandemic, he reported on the social tumult in the U.S., including the uprising in Minneapolis following the murder of George Floyd and the January 6th attack on the Capitol. Previously, Mogelson was a contributing writer for The New York Times Magazine, based in Kabul. He has won the National Magazine Award and the George Polk Award.


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