What's in store for us if death is just the beginning?
Inconvenience and misery are largely absent from Ofir Touche Gafla’s 'World of the End,’ so why does it sound like such a frustrating place to spend eternity?
The World of the End, by Ofir Touché Gafla (translated from the original Hebrew, “Olam Hasof,” by Mitch Ginsburg) Tor Books, 368 pages, $25
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