Station Eleven (NEW)


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  • Station Eleven
  • Emily St. John Mandel
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  • 21 August 2020
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    Station Eleven (NEW) Survival is insufficientStar Trek VoyagerNovels whose premise strips away the world as we know it can be tricky territory They can be

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    read Station Eleven Emily St. John Mandel Ç 9 read & download read Ë E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ç Emily St. John Mandel 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 yes this is a book about a post apocalyptic Shakespearean troupe yes this is a book a

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    read Station Eleven Station Eleven (NEW) read Ë E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ç Emily St. John Mandel 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 veinThe Georgia Flu sweeps across the world killing most of humanity St John Mandel using beautiful prose and poignant characterization follows the lives of various survivors tracing how their live

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    read Station Eleven Emily St. John Mandel Ç 9 read & download read Ë E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ç Emily St. John Mandel 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 cityon the night the world begins to end a man has a heart attack and d

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    Station Eleven (NEW) ”Hell is the absence of the people you long for”When the Georgia Flu sweeps around the world killing 996% of the population there were suddenly a lot of people to long for The people missing from our lives is the hard

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    Emily St. John Mandel Ç 9 read & download read Ë E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ç Emily St. John Mandel Station Eleven (NEW) 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 one should take my opinion

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    read Ë E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ç Emily St. John Mandel Emily St. John Mandel Ç 9 read & download read Station Eleven Edit Amidst the coronavirus panic this book now hits different 😬This book lay undisturbed on my shelf for years and now that I have finally read it I only feel the sort of heaviness that comes from wanting so

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    Station Eleven (NEW) Emily St. John Mandel Ç 9 read & download read Ë E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ç Emily St. John Mandel 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 with heart but eually it can seem sketchy and only half imagined Also should be said that it karaokes

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Station Eleven

read Ë E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ç Emily St. John Mandel Emily St. John Mandel Ç 9 read & download read Station Eleven Set in the days of civilization's collapse Station Eleven tells the story of a Hollywood star his would be savior and a nomadic group of actors roaming the scattered outposts of the Great Lakes region risking everything for art and humanityOne snowy night a famous Hollywood actor slumps over an. 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 veinThe Georgia Flu sweeps across the world killing most of humanity St John Mandel using beautiful prose and poignant characterization follows the lives of various survivors tracing how their lives intersect in a group of entertainers called the Traveling Symphony The thread that connects their stories is Arthur Leander an aging Hollywood star who on the same night that the plague began destroying civilization was trying to reboot his career when he died on stage in Toronto during King Lear We jump back and forth in time watching how his life influenced what will happen to our band of survivorsIf you re a fan of the TV series The Last Ship or books like The Stand you may enjoy the premise and the way St John Mandel evokes a world without the trappings of modern civilization The end of the novel hints at mysteries yet to solve for our heroes I hope this means a seuel is in the works Stage Mum plagues that wipe out humanity Er I mean in fiction of course Station Eleven is in that veinThe Georgia Flu sweeps across the world killing most of humanity St John Mandel using beautiful Sweet Mandarin poignant characterization follows the lives of various survivors tracing how their lives intersect in a group of entertainers called the Traveling Symphony The thread that connects their stories is Arthur Leander an aging Hollywood star who on the same night that the Sweet Mandarin plague began destroying civilization was trying to reboot his career when he died on stage in Toronto during King Lear We jump back and forth in time watching how his life influenced what will happen to our band of survivorsIf you re a fan of the TV series The Last Ship or books like The Stand you may enjoy the The Lost Heart of Asia premise and the way St John Mandel evokes a world without the trappings of modern civilization The end of the novel hints at mysteries yet to solve for our heroes I hope this means a seuel is in the works

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read Ë E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ç Emily St. John Mandel Emily St. John Mandel Ç 9 read & download read Station Eleven D dies onstage during a production of King Lear Hours later the world as we know it begins to dissolve Moving back and forth in time from the actor's early days as a film star to fifteen years in the future when a theater troupe known as the Traveling Symphony roams the wasteland of what remain. 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 cityon the night the world begins to end a man has a heart attack and dies onstage while performing the lead role in king lear considering that shortly after this the georgia flu will have killed off 99% of the population and changed the world as we know it forever it seems unlikely that he would be remembered among so many millions dead but that s the kind of book this is the story of the people who have touched our lives in unexpected ways an echoing world in which Hell is the absence of the people you long for where the little things or the memories of them matter the mostarthur leander is a famous hollywood actor with three ex wives a son he never sees a lover a friend who knew him when and various people to whom he has been kind careless or otherwise meaningful including a little girl who watches him die beside her onstage and the paparazzo turned paramedic who tried to save his life twenty years later pieces of arthur still remain in the wasteland in the memories of survivors in his blood in the provenance of talismanic objects and in the ripple effect of events he set in motion when he was still alive this is a multiple POV novel that jumps back and forth in time from arthur s rise to fame and the stories of those he loved and lost along the way to the stories of the survivors finding and creating meaning in the ashes Kirsten and August walked mostly in silence A deer crossed the road ahead and paused to look at them before it vanished into the trees The beauty of this world where almost everyone was gone If hell is other people what is a world with almost no people in itkirsten is the little girl who was onstage with arthur when he died and is now a grown woman touring the wasteland with a group of musicians and actors known as the traveling symphony bringing entertainment to the scattered settlements she has a tattoo on her arm with a uote from a remembered star trek episode Because survival is insufficient and this is one of the major preoccupations of the novel the importance of art and a shared cultural history to those who remain whether it is the objects collected in the museum of civilization the persistence of shakespeare the significance of portions of a tattered comic book from which this novel draws its name in the hands of two different characters who will take from it wildly different meanings or even the memory of star trek these are the things that connect those who are left it is the tenacity of what remains what endures and what can still be done with it the clinging to what makes us human to what matters in the aftermath and to what binds us together that s not to say this is a gentle apocalypse solely concerned with maintaining cultural heritage there are dangers everywhere in a world without pharmaceuticals or technology a world in which a lack of codified behavior can make a man believe he is a prophet and to give his dark vision free reignit s a stunner straight up and between this and california it s a great time to be a woman writing lit dystopias i have read oh so many post apocalyptic novels but mandel managed to show me something new she writes a complicated multivoiced story in the fragments we are allowed to see the slices of experience from both before and after the cataclysm where a dinner party scene is just as interesting and fraught with tension as anything from the early days of the disease and there are so many unforgettable jewels of moments jeevan and his wheelchair bound brother trying to wait out the plague a uarantined plane on the edge of the tarmac the memory of oranges she has such a strong wonderful voice and has created tender and sympathetic characters who may be deeply flawed but are the very personifications of the stubbornness of humanityone of the things that surprised me is that wasn t made of the king lear parallels i mean arthur had three wives lear had three daughters and since there are so many references to shakespeare throughout both overt and obliue one of arthur s wives is named miranda another is elizabethian one of the section titles is a midsummer night s dream the georgia flu is somewhat analogous to the black plague of shakespeare s time i feel like it would have given the novel another layer of ka pow to have developed the theme even further but no one of arthur s wives doesn t even appear in the book except a brief mention that she existed and jeez would it have killed mandel to have given v a chapter you know we want to know about that situationbut these are just minor uibbles over an incredibly intelligent and gripping novel and we can still have a little fun with names here exclusive of shakespeare if we play a little free association game with most notably named arthur leander roughly translates into king of tragic lovers which is apttwo uick notes if you don t want a very popular four 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