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My Inner Anthology: Station Eleven by Emily St John Mandel

Written by Rachael Norris, 26th August 2020

In this feature we're thinking about which bits of literature – whether that be in the form of poems, novels, essays, or plays – would we like to carry around inside ourselves for future reference. There is so much out there that at times it can be difficult to see the woods through the trees. Our time is precious, the space of our inner world valuable. We don’t want to fill it up with clutter, but with only the best hand-picked bespoke treasures that we can find. This week The Reader's Head of Developing Shared Reading Communities, Amanda Brown, recommends Station Eleven by Emily St John Mandel. Have you read this book? Join in the conversation online using #SharedReading @thereaderorg on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.

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