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    Dreamlike and Riveting

    A gripping tale of the end of the world -- fascinating, compelling and haunting. The kind of book that makes you leave a party early because you can't wait to get back to reading it.
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    Sequel, please!

    What might we remember most if civilization as we know it came to a grinding halt? What would we keep from the past and what would have no meaning? Mandel artfully weaves her characters' lives and their relationships into a fascinating story. For me, a measure of good fantasy/fiction is that it make me look at my own real world differently. Station Eleven met my standards.
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    1st Book I've finished

    Gotta say I need a sequel. But I love the way the story is so intertwined and thought out. Definitely intriguing and would recommend. READ IT'
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    Art in Dystopia

    This is one of my top favorites I've read for this year. It demonstrated how even in the midst of tragedy and destruction, humans still cling to art. It's part of what makes us who were are. The book left some questions I would have liked answers to, but perhaps that is for the best. Some things are unknowable.
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    Station Elevan

    Took a while to find its stride, but when it did, it was riviting. Well structured with a spare understated writing style.
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