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Title:
Station Eleven (MP3)
Written by:
Emily St. John Mandel 
Read by:
Jack Hawkins 
Format:
Unabridged MP3 CD Audio Book 
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Duration:
10 hours 10 minutes 
MP3 size:
422 MB 
Published:
September 28 2018 
Available Date:
September 28 2018 
Age Category:
Adult 
ISBN:
9781489458513 
Genres:
Fiction; Literary Fiction; Science Fiction 
Publisher:
Bolinda/Audible audio 
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#1 New York Times bestseller

Longlisted for the Baileys Women's Prize for Fiction, Station Eleven is a post-apocalyptic story of love, loss and survival.

Day one: The Georgia Flu explodes over the surface of the Earth like a neutron bomb. News reports put the mortality rate at over 99%. Week Two: Civilisation has crumbled. Year Twenty: A band of actors and musicians called the Travelling Symphony move through their territories performing concerts and Shakespeare to the settlements that have grown up there. Twenty years after the pandemic, life feels relatively safe. But now a new danger looms, and it threatens the hopeful world every survivor has tried to rebuild. Moving backwards and forwards in time, from the glittering years just before the collapse to the strange and altered world that exists twenty years after, Station Eleven charts the unexpected twists of fate that connect six people: famous actor Arthur Leander; Jeevan, a bystander warned about the flu just in time; Arthur's first wife, Miranda; Arthur's oldest friend, Clark; Kirsten, an actress with the Travelling Symphony; and the mysterious and self-proclaimed 'prophet'.

'... beautifully written, and wonderfully elegiac, a book that I will long remember, and return to.'
George R.R. Martin

'Visually stunning, dreamily atmospheric and impressively gripping ...'
The Guardian

'Glorious, unexpected, superbly written; just try putting it down.'
The Times