“Trinity, Trinity, Trinity”: A laudable exploration of nuclear energy

How has our history of nuclear war affected us across generations? What consequences of this are we still unable to accept? Novelist and visual artist Erika Kobayashi explores these questions in her speculative thriller “Trinity, Trinity, Trinity,” ably translated by Brian Bergstrom.

Set nine years after the Fukushima nuclear disaster, the book follows an unnamed narrator who, alongside her sister, must care for her bedridden elderly mother and daughter as Japan prepares for the Tokyo Olympics in 2020.

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