On top of a bunch of 2014 best book lists, and a National Book Award finalist, Emily St. John Mandel's "Station Eleven" is a look at the world, or more specifically, the Great Lakes region, post-pandemic. The Georgian Flu wipes out nearly all of mankind, and swiftly. What remains are few survivors trying to make sense of the new order in the decades after the world's collapse.
You can read the entire review here.
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