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REVIEW | Noah Hawley’s dystopian thriller Anthem is an uncanny reflection of the world as we know it

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Author Noah Hawley (Photo: Carolyn Fong)
Author Noah Hawley (Photo: Carolyn Fong)

PLEASE NOTE: This review contains subject matters of a sensitive nature including the topic of suicide.

BOOK: Anthem by Noah Hawley (Hodder & Stoughton)

Was this it? we wondered. Were our children simply killing themselves before someone else did?

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