Kurt Bauer is 73 years old and belongs to the highrisk group, so he makes sure that he sticks to the government’s health advice. During the beginning of the corona crisis, he began to record his impressions and experiences in a diary, but he was not aware that the new coronavirus would be around much longer than everyone thought. In his book, the author and filmmaker describes the tensions within this new normal. He talks about the far-reaching effects which range from family conflicts and sophisticated cybercrime to hopeful awakenings. The portrayal gives the readers authentic and private insights into a world turned upside down by the coronavirus crisis, a rollercoaster of feelings about how daily life and family existence are changing in the times of the pandemic.
The book “DAILY LIFE WAS YESTERDAY” by Kurt Bauer is a book in which readers will find parallels to their own lives. It is thoughtfully written and will awaken the readers’ interest and curiosity about what the future could bring in a world that has been shaken by the outbreak of COVID-19. It is an interesting read for everyone who would like to learn about someone else’s perspective on the virus, and who feels the need to be uplifted as well as educated.
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