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Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel

I’ve heard good things about this book in various places, but I put it on my TBR list after listening to episode 17 of the What Should I Read Next podcast. I decided it had been a while since I’d read a post-apocalyptic book and it was time to check it off my reading list.

Published: 2014

Genre: post-apocalyptic fiction

Length: 333 pages

Setting: various places in North America, near future Continue reading


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Ancillary Justice by Ann Leckie

Published: 2013

Genre: science fiction

Length: 386 pages

Setting: various planets and stations, far future

Interest: It won both the Hugo and Nebula in 2014 and I’ve heard lots of great things about it. I was in the mood for a science fiction book, and decided to finally read this book (and the rest of the series soon). Continue reading


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