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Emily St. John Mandel

Autor de Station Eleven

8+ Obras 19,679 Miembros 1,280 Reseñas 28 Preferidas
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Emily St. John Mandel was born in British Columbia, Canada. She is a staff writer for The Millions. She has written several novels including Last Night in Montreal, The Singer's Gun, The Lola Quartet, and Station Eleven. Her work has appeared in numerous anthologies including The Best American mostrar más Mystery Stories 2013 and Venice Noir. In 2015, her novel, Station Eleven, was on the New York Times bestseller list and was nominated for the PEN/Faulkner Award for Fiction 2015. In the same year she won the 2015 Arthur C. Clarke Award for science-fiction writing for her novel Statio Eleven. (Bowker Author Biography) mostrar menos
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Obras de Emily St. John Mandel

Station Eleven (2014) 11,641 copias
Sea of Tranquility (2022) 3,126 copias
The Glass Hotel (2020) 3,019 copias
Last Night in Montreal (2009) 846 copias
The Lola Quartet (2012) 561 copias
The Singer's Gun (2010) 478 copias
Mr. Thursday 7 copias
Drifter (2014) 1 copia

Obras relacionadas

The Best American Mystery Stories 2013 (2013) — Contribuidor — 98 copias
The Late American Novel: Writers on the Future of Books (2011) — Contribuidor — 64 copias
Future Tense Fiction: Stories of Tomorrow (2019) — Contribuidor — 59 copias
Venice Noir (2012) — Contribuidor — 58 copias
Out of the Ruins: The Apocalyptic Anthology (2021) — Contribuidor — 41 copias


Conocimiento común

Fecha de nacimiento
Canada (dual citizenship)
USA (dual citizenship)
Lugar de nacimiento
British Columbia, Canada
Lugares de residencia
Brooklyn, New York, USA
School of Toronto Dance Theatre
Katherine Fausset (Curtis Brown) [books]
Britton Rizzio (Writ Large) [screewriting]
Noah Rosen (Writ Large) [screewriting]
Biografía breve
Born on the coast of British Columbia, Canada in 1979. She studied dance at The School of Toronto Dance Theatre and lived briefly in Montreal before relocating to New York. She lives in Brooklyn.



August 2023: Emily St. John Mandel en Monthly Author Reads (agosto 2023)
Found: SciFi/Fan pandemic en Name that Book (septiembre 2021)


Free flowing and short novel on themes of time travel, pandemics, and the nature of reality. I enjoyed the speculation about planetary colonization and time travel, as well as how the characters connected through an "anomaly" in space and time. However most of the important questions raised in the book remain unanswered and I found myself wanting more when I reached the last page.
spuddybuddy | 160 reseñas más. | Apr 10, 2024 |
I just finished Station Eleven and I tried to pick up another book to read but I couldn’t. I really enjoyed this book and now I need some time to process and let the book swirl in my mind and in my heart for a bit. To me that is a sign of a great book. It doesn’t happen often.

I usually shy away from post-apocalyptic stories as they can be too depressing but this book didn’t do that. There were times that were dark and times that were light. They balanced each other out

One of the things I really enjoyed about the telling of this story is the way the different people, different places and different times wove throughout the book. It was like a master weaver was telling the story. Each thread was in place and in harmony with the others. Some threads were more important to the story but the rest were also needed to hold the story in place. I like how the story ended with it still on the loom. More could still be woven and I wanted to see how the pattern continued to develop.

I really want to see and enjoy the Station Eleven comic book. I want to read the story and see the pictures.
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JHolmes95003 | 775 reseñas más. | Apr 1, 2024 |
This is a VERY short, unusual piece of work. It is set in four different time frames, early 20th century British Columbia, roughly present-day New York City, 23rd century moon colony and 25th century Time Institute.

The different threads are pulled together through the presence of a time traveler from the 25th century named Gaspary. Gaspary is recruited to work at the Time Institute to investigate what is essentially a “glitch in the Matrix”. As you might imagine, time travel is very strictly regulated in order to prevent corruption of the time line, which any reader of time travel genre can appreciate. Unfortunately, or not, Gaspary is not as meticulous in this regard as his overseers would like.

As stated, this is a very short work, easily consumable in a single sitting (3-4 hours), which is probably wise, given the complexity of the subject matter. The payoff is pretty decent and makes the effort worthwhile,
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santhony | 160 reseñas más. | Mar 22, 2024 |
I am forever changed
griller02 | 775 reseñas más. | Mar 18, 2024 |


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