"Station Eleven" - Emily St. John Mandel
Initial Response: Memorable
First Sentence: "The king stood in a pool of blue light, unmoored." - Emily St. John Mandel
From the Reader: How precarious it is describing a book that can provide you with this type of emotional journey. Although this story brings you to the clif edge of terrifying she writes in a way that keeps you entraced. I was enchanted by this haunting tale. - Holland
Best With: I enjoyed a dry wine, with a perfectly juicy sweet pear. It was a balance that matched this book nicely.
Exclamation: What a original, fast, miraculous, sad and enchanting story!
Recommend to: The friend who loves 'Walking Dead', anyone interested in societies fragile existence, your respected reading buddy, serious artistic types and your favorite introvert.
Ideal reading spot: This book should be read in a peaceful quite setting. Do not get overwhelmed by a loud space, it deserves your attention to detail.
Category: It was hard to categorize this book. Since the vibe of the story is dark I was tempted to place it in Storm Warning but I found it almost too sweet to do so. Chances of Rain will be its home since the story still provided me with a warm confidence in humanity.
Finale: In the times of upmost sadness keep moving forward.
-Thee Busiest Bee