About The Book:
Families put food on their tables in 2020 thanks, in part, to people like Adam Kaat. Flying blind through a situation no one saw coming — and never knowing if what they were doing was enough to keep themselves and their customers safe — grocery store employees finally get their dues in Kaat’s eye-opening new book, Life on the Grocery Line: A Frontline Experience in a Global Pandemic. In it, Kaat captures society’s collective anxiety, divulges his interactions with the best and the worst of humanity, and reflects on the surreality of his fleeting fame as a “hero.”
About The Author:
My name is Adam. I began working as a cashier, at high-end grocery store, in an affluent neighborhood at the beginning of 2020. By March the world was falling apart from the Coronavirus Pandemic. As I write this bio, not much has changed. We are still under quarantine.
I started “Life On The Grocery Line” as a way to deal with the turmoil I began to see unfold before me as the structures of American and Global society broke down. I hope you enjoy what you read and share with friends. But most of all I hope you are safe and healthy.
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