Mandel’s message is that civilisation – and just as importantly, art – will endure as long as there is life.
Emily St. John Mandel’s fourth novel, “Station Eleven,” begins with a spectacular end.
Station Eleven, the new novel by Emily St. John Mandel, opens with a famous actor, Arthur Leander, playing King Lear on stage.
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A flu pandemic wipes out 99% of humanity in this much-tipped novel about memory, art and survival.