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Author C.J. Farley talks meaning behind ‘Zero O'Clock’ book

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Award-winning author C.J. Farley joins the 3rd Hour of TODAY to talk about his new book, “Zero O'Clock,” which follows a high schooler throughout the pandemic. He reveals that the title of the book is also the name of a song by K-pop band BTS and how when the clock re-starts, it's "time for things to start all over again," adding, "I thought it was so perfect for what we're going through now with the pandemic."