[Epub] Station Eleven By Emily St. John Mandel – Tkcleaningservices.co.uk

Station Eleven A National Book Award FinalistA PEN Faulkner Award Finalist Kirsten Raymonde Will Never Forget The Night Arthur Leander, The Famous Hollywood Actor, Had A Heart Attack On Stage During A Production Of King Lear That Was The Night When A Devastating Flu Pandemic Arrived In The City, And Within Weeks, Civilization As We Know It Came To An End Twenty Years Later, Kirsten Moves Between The Settlements Of The Altered World With A Small Troupe Of Actors And Musicians They Call Themselves The Traveling Symphony, And They Have Dedicated Themselves To Keeping The Remnants Of Art And Humanity Alive But When They Arrive In St Deborah By The Water, They Encounter A Violent Prophet Who Will Threaten The Tiny Band S Existence And As The Story Takes Off, Moving Back And Forth In Time, And Vividly Depicting Life Before And After The Pandemic, The Strange Twist Of Fate That Connects Them All Will Be Revealed.


About the Author: Emily St. John Mandel

Emily St John Mandel was born and raised on the west coast of British Columbia, Canada She studied contemporary dance at the School of Toronto Dance Theatre and lived briefly in Montreal before relocating to New York Her fourth novel, Station Eleven, is forthcoming in September 2014 All three of her previous novels Last Night in Montreal, The Singer s Gun, and The Lola Quartet were Indie Next



10 thoughts on “Station Eleven

  1. says:

    Survival is insufficient.Star Trek VoyagerNovels whose premise strips away the world as we know it can be tricky territory They can be innately dramatic, overwrought, didactic and riddled with Big Questions about Life and Death that leave no room


  2. says:

    I don t know if you will like this book It s a very particular kind of book done very well, which is not remotely a promise that you will like it The jacket copy is not untrue, but it also isn t helpful Yes, this is book about the end of the world as we know it, y


  3. says:

    Adult speculative fictionEven since reading The Stand by Stephen King when I was a kid, I ve had a soft spot for apocalyptic plagues that wipe out humanity Er I mean in fiction, of course Station Eleven is in that vein.The Georgia Flu sweeps across the world, killing mos


  4. says:

    Of all of them there at the bar that night, the bartender was the one who survived the longest He died three weeks later on the road out of the city.on the night the world begins to end, a man has a heart attack and dies onstage while performing the lead role in king l


  5. says:

    Hell is the absence of the people you long for When the Georgia Flu sweeps around the world killing 99.6% of the population there were suddenly a lot of people to long for The people missing from our lives is the hardest part We mourn their loss, but we also have to mourn for the part of


  6. says:

    Find all of my reviews at The thing with the new world is it s just horrifically short on elegance Everyone loved this book I m talking EVERYONE I have 1 yep ONE friend or person I follow on Goodreads who gave it less than 3 Stars In order to prove how much of an idiot I am and that no


  7. says:

    A wonderful story about the resilience of people.


  8. says:

    I don t know why it bothers me so that I thought this book was just ok So many of my GR friends have embraced this Station Eleven and have shouted its praises from the rooftop I struggled through the first 80 pages, didn t want to throw it under the couch, but wasn t finding myself engaged Perhaps I should have


  9. says:

    Until I someday write a longer review you never know, it could happen , I ll just say this I sat down intending to read about 50 pages tonight and wound up reading 200 I also completely forgot the world around me existed for a few hours, and that is the highest praise I can personally give any book.


  10. says:

    I wanted and expected to enjoy this novel than I did There s much that s gripping and clever but it was spoiled for me by a sloppiness in its construction, most notably an excess of half baked and obfuscating characters Was this novel rushed to cash in on the Hunger Games pandemic At times it comes across as a novel written w


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