Set in present time and in the near future, Station Eleven looks at the outbreak of a deadly virus that is so contagious, the majority of the population is wiped out very quickly. Only a handful of people survive due to circumstance and the book crosses over between some of the survivors in the new post-Apocalyptic-type world, and people just before the virus outbreak, throwing in some even earlier character background stories. … View Post

I read this book last year, so it’s taken me a while to write this, but this was one of those books that I have not stopped thinking about since finishing it. Considering I read it in October, that’s saying something! This is definitely one of my favourite books of all… View Post

This book was one of those truly fantastic psychological thrillers that comes along only very rarely. I devoured this audiobook. It was great to finally end a reading slump I’d been in with such an addictive book. A book that is so annoyingly addictive that it’s almost painful when you have… View Post