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Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel: One of the few works of fiction that I have read this year, and in a long time, I thoroughly enjoyed this post-apocalyptic story against a familiar southwestern Ontario backdrop. Blending the present with the past through creative means of story telling, I appreciated that the future world depicted in this work was not overly grim and contains a glimmer of hope for both society and the individuals central to its story. A populate read from a few years ago, I’m not certain why I did not previous pick this up.

December 1, 2018 2018 reviews books

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