How High We Go in the Dark

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Review #1

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So, I’m still kind of processing the enormous scale and total heartbreak that is this book, but it was amazing. Almost every chapter left me a mushy weepy mess. This story is incredibly ambitious when you think of how many years and how many lives it follows, but it was beautifully done.

The only reason I rate this four stars instead of five is because, while each chapter follows a different person/family, and the chapters are (for the most part) within a few years of the previous chapter, they are very loosely connected. However, the more people you’re introduced to, and the further we get into the future, the harder it becomes to remember the little nuggets of the past.

A random one-line mention will make you think, ‘Wait a minute…is that so-and-so from the City of Laughter?’, Or, ‘Was that what’s-her-face from the Elegy Hotel?’.

Things like that. Everyone is connected in some way, but it can be difficult to remember how as you find yourself getting caught up in another layer of sadness and desperation.

Overall though, this was a gorgeously devastating book, and one that I’m sure will be on my best of 2022 list. I don’t know that I recommend this for everyone as it’s incredibly bleak. If you’re already in a place of loneliness and depression, then this is NOT the book for you, but for those of you who are in a good headspace, I absolutely recommend this. Make sure you have some tissues handy, and you’re near your loved ones, though, because this gets pretty dark.

Now, if you’ll excuse me, I’m off to read some light-hearted children’s Fairy Tales where the unicorns poop rainbows and every Princess gets her Happily-Ever-After because I need a bit of sunshine after the heaviness of this beautiful tragedy.

Review #2

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This book, chosen by chance, deeply affected me more than any have a read in years. Disturbing, hauntingly sad, surprising and uplifting at times. Personally I did not like the end but still found it interesting. Pay attention as you read. Connect the dots, but know that even if you miss some connections you will get much out of the novel. I will be thinking about this novel for a long time.

Review #3

Audiobook How High We Go in the Dark by Cris Dukehart

The book reads like a series of short stories, one chapter for each character. They come together at the end to a limited extent, but it’s not very rewarding. There are a few interesting moments, and a few interesting character developments, but ultimately it does not draw you in. In theory, the topic is one I would be interested in–life during and after a catastrophic event, with some futuristic aspects grounded in a still-recognizable society–but I found myself wanting the book to end long before it did.

Review #4

Audio How High We Go in the Dark narrated by Cris Dukehart

I loved this. At first it feels like a series of loosely connected short stories, where recurring characters pass each other like ships in the night, unseen to each other but tying the world together for the reader.

Then the final vignette ties the whole thing together in a way that makes me want to go back to the beginning and start again, just to find all of the bread crumbs that I missed.

Review #5

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Look, I’m only half way through this book, so take my review with a pinch of salt. I’m sort of hoping the author doesn’t read this because it is very inventive, very charming catchy prose and nobody wants to hear from that one reader who thinks your new hit novel is a stinker.

But avoid this at all costs if you have been recently bereaved or have ever lost a child. I cannot warn you emphatically enough.

I heard about the premise- a plague unleashed from early humans found in the melting permafrost- and I bought it immediately. I wish I hadn’t. I didn’t realise it was going to be surrealist. Climate disaster is scary enough without bizarre mutation and aliens and all the rest of it. It does a disservice to its readers by mixing the real impending disaster with very silly ideas that don’t draw pieces of truth from the work of any scientists anywhere ever. And given the format – bleak vignette after bleak vignette – it just means you never have a chance to care about any of the characters and they blur into a mush of half remembered parts. Perhaps that was the idea and I just don’t get it. It’s harrowing, but not edifying.

Please take note that this is extraordinarily grim and deals mostly with the senseless deaths of small children and with families cut up into haunted individuals. I can’t bear to continue with it. I’ll have to go and read some actual climate disaster predictions just to cheer myself up.

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