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The Glass Hotel (MP3)
Released the same day as the standard print edition
Title:
The Glass Hotel (MP3)
Written by:
Emily St. John Mandel 
Read by:
Dylan Moore 
Format:
Unabridged MP3 CD Audio Book 
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Duration:
10 hours 29 minutes 
MP3 size:
447 MB 
Published:
April 30 2020 
Available Date:
April 30 2020 
Age Category:
Adult 
ISBN:
9781529047509 
Genres:
Fiction; Contemporary Fiction 
Publisher:
Bolinda/Macmillan audio 
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Award winning author

From the award-winning author of Station Eleven, an exhilarating novel set at the glittering intersection of two seemingly disparate events – a massive Ponzi scheme collapse and the mysterious disappearance of a woman from a ship at sea.

The Glass Hotel begins at the end, with a fall: a woman plummeting from the deck of a cargo ship, her body quickly swallowed by the sea. It is a death that happens between continents, outside of jurisdictions: a death that will likely go unremarked and unsolved. Years earlier a massive Ponzi scheme implodes in New York, taking with it the finances, hopes, and lives, of hundreds of people. The Glass Hotel is a novel about the interconnected lives tangled up in two very different tragedies. It is a book about love and guilt, greed and the need to survive, and it is a book populated by ghosts - these people are haunted by the different lives they might have lived, and by those they wish they'd never lost.

'Long-anticipated ... At its heart, this is a ghost story in which every boundary is blurred, from the moral to the physical ... In luminous prose, Mandel shows how easy it is to become caught in a web of unintended consequences and how disastrous it can be when such fragile bonds shatter under pressure. A strange, subtle, and haunting novel.'
Kirkus Reviews, starred