Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel

Station Eleven

Emily St. John Mandel

fiction dystopian literary science fiction adventurous dark reflective medium-paced

352 pages | first published 2014

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Kirsten Raymonde will never forget the night Arthur Leander, the famous Hollywood actor, had a heart attack on stage during a production of King Lear. That was the night when a devastating flu pandemic arrived in the city, and within weeks, civili...
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Moods

adventurous 60%
dark 58%
reflective 58%
emotional 50%
hopeful 38%
mysterious 32%
sad 32%
tense 31%
challenging 19%
inspiring 13%
funny 2%
informative 1%

Pace

medium 65%
slow 19%
fast 14%

Plot- or character-driven?

A mix: 49% | Character: 36% | Plot: 13%

Strong character development?

Yes: 59% | It's complicated: 23% | No: 15% | N/A: 1%

Loveable characters?

Yes: 55% | It's complicated: 32% | No: 11%

Diverse cast of characters?

Yes: 72% | No: 16% | It's complicated: 8% | N/A: 3%

Flaws of characters a main focus?

Yes: 43% | No: 30% | It's complicated: 23% | N/A: 2%

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