Station Eleven (Large Print / Paperback)
When I read an early copy of Station Eleven, back in May, I was immediately blown away. Here, the incredible promise Emily St. John Mandel had shown with The Singer's Gun and The Lola Quartet, had been fulfilled.
I was enchanted that wondered whether, as a long time fan of Emily's, I was perhaps biased. Was I seeing excellence where I wanted it to be. This book was good, but could it really be that good?
So I asked the rest of the staff to read it. They universally concurred with my judgement. We all love this book.
Station Eleven is a book that often demands an instant re-read to maintain the immersion in the hope filled world Emily creates. This is both a love song to the world we inhabit now and a testament to the enduring promise of humanity.
Breaking News: Station Eleven nominated for The National Book Award— Peter
Brilliant Books' Book of the Year 2014— Peter
September 2014 Indie Next List
“This is a harrowing and wonderful book -- blunt and elegant, wise and frightening, and utterly plausible at every turn. The characters are complicated, but their stories, short or long, are always deeply engaging. We -- our species -- always find ways, little by little, not just to survive but also to reestablish a sense of place, of community, and of compassion. Unsentimental yet deeply moving, Station Eleven is a terrific achievement.”
— John Christensen, Arcadia Books, Spring Green, WI