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  • One of the most brilliant scientists in the world who has been proven consistently right in this crisis

    Piers Morgan
  • Brilliant. I read it like a thriller that I had lived through, a fascinating, detailed and personal account of the pandemic that takes you behind and beyond the headlines. I suspect it will be the most readable account of all the analyses that will follow

    Chris van Tulleken
  • Those who have found Professor Devi Sridhar's expertise and calm advice invaluable since the arrival of Covid-19 will be glad to know that she has written Preventable

    Rachel Cooke, Guardian, 'Nonfiction to look out for in 2022'
  • Devi Sridhar, professor of global public health at Edinburgh university, examines how the pandemic changed the world and how we might stop the next one happening

    Financial Times, 'The books to read in 2022'
  • Devi is a public health expert with deep knowledge and expertise in the field. She has a unique ability to translate complex public health challenges, research and recommendations into language experts and non-experts alike can understand. I always read and listen to what she has to say and I hope you will too

    Chelsea Clinton
  • Devi has a deep understanding of the science of public health crises, analytic skills that permit her to recommend sound evidence-based policies, and a remarkable ability to clearly articulate her ideas. To read Devi's writing on global health is to learn a how we have gotten where we are, and what we can do about it moving forward.

    Professor David Heymann

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