What do everyday family life and the end of the world, global crises and mother's crossword puzzle, Putin and mushroom season have in common? They exist simultaneously and thus create a normality that doesn't seem quite normal to many. And yet somehow we have settled into it.
In fact, the worry that the sky could fall on our heads has always been widespread in this country. Yet life's challenges often lie in the search for the charging cable or a nine-letter tenor.
It is fortunate that in Kaminer there is a chronicler who describes this peculiar situation with humour and tries to understand it with unflinching optimism.