Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel

Station Eleven - Emily St. John MandelA brilliant telling of a post-apocalyptic future after a virus rapidly kills >99% of the world’s population. The story alternates between the present which is 20 years after the plague, and the back-story of the key characters. There are some very satisfying inter-relationships between characters that are revealed slowly, including the importance of an unpublished graphic novel. This is an excellent entertaining book.


Amy notes: Later on the CBC Canada Reads long list 2016

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