Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel

Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel

I read Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel as the group experience for all incoming First Year Students at Gettysburg College. It is about four different people who’s lives unknowingly intersected before the Georgia Flu, what life was like after the flu, and how their lives intersect once again. Now Kirsten travels the continent with the Traveling Symphony, the actor/musician group that wants to preserve a small part of humanity. After visiting St. Delphie by the Water some members of the group start to go missing. I did not enjoy reading this book, it was very sad and you just watched the world fall apart and nobody could do anything about it. As I have thought more and more about this book I realize what a good point it makes about society, is survival insufficient? I may have not enjoyed reading this book but it does bring up a lot of good points. But honestly I would not recommend this book, I did not enjoy reading it.

$10.00
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