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Emily St. John Mandel
Emily St. John Mandel is the author of four novels, most recently Station Eleven (Knopf, September 2014.) show more

Emily St. John Mandel is the author of four novels, most recently Station Eleven (Knopf, September 2014.)
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Emily Reviews rated it 7 months ago
Station Eleven is a book that meanders back and forth through time, providing clues to how each character is linked to the others in the post-apocalyptic world after the rapid and devastating spread of the Georgia Flu. The connections are hinted at and foreshadowed long before many of them are expli...
Portable Mistletoe
Portable Mistletoe rated it 1 year ago
I can see why some would really love this book. It’s well written in terms of the prose and it is one of those books that has Things to Say. I could not love it, though. This is a post-apocalyptic story that spends the majority of its time looking back to its characters’ lives and the world as it wa...
Darth Pedant
Darth Pedant rated it 1 year ago
Fun fact: Nearly every time I read a book involving a pandemic wiping out 99% of humanity, it coincides with me catching a cold. My immune system is not only totally sucky, it’s also highly suggestible. Apparently. I was hoping to love this more than I did. Literary doomsday novels are possibly my...
This, that, and the other
This, that, and the other rated it 1 year ago
Without music, life would be a mistakeOne of my favorite bookstores in the world is Provincetown Books, a tiny space in the center of town, right next to Adams Pharmacy. The owner’s selection is very much my taste, and she always seems to have just what I’m looking for at the moment. This summer, I ...
This, that, and the other
This, that, and the other rated it 1 year ago
Without music, life would be a mistakeOne of my favorite bookstores in the world is Provincetown Books, a tiny space in the center of town, right next to Adams Pharmacy. The owner’s selection is very much my taste, and she always seems to have just what I’m looking for at the moment. This summer, I ...
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