[ePub Download] Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel : 9781447268970

Contemporary Fiction Emily St. John Mandel 480 28th Mar, 2020

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Strong storytelling and believable characters combine in this very human tale * Bella * The inventiveness and exploration of ideas about survival and art give Mandel's novel its indelibility . . . Station Eleven amazed me with its sharp and emotionally true reimagining of nearly everything we take for granted in the world -- Meg Wolitzer A deeply unsettling and well-crafted tale exploring human relationships in extreme circumstances -- Philippa Williams * The Lady * Plays with time and place in a manner that brings to mind Kate Atkinson's superb Life After Life. * Stylist * Excellently written, Station Eleven is closer to Joyce than Orwell as it stealthily connects plots and people * Sunday Times * Mandel's strong storytelling ability sets Station Eleven apart . . . Mandel fluidly switches between characters and time periods . . . the result is a provocative tale of societal apocalypse that convincingly creates a disorientated reality, where humanity moves into an uncertain future on a planet littered with reminders of an imperfect past * The List * A beautifully written and compelling debut from Emily St John Mandel * Good Housekeeping Magazine *

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