• Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel
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    Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel (Review)

    Imagine a deadly lightning-fast virus that decimates 99% of the world’s population without warning. Imagine surviving such a cataclysmic event and having to adjust to a world nothing like anyone has ever known. Flung back in time, before electricity and planes and antibiotics and the internet. Except, this is nothing like time travel. Not when many of the survivors remember exactly what it was like. Remember everyone they lost. Remember the world before the end of civilisation as we all know it. The story begins dramatically, literally and thematically. In Toronto’s Elgin Theatre, during a performance of King Lear, aging…

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