Monday May 25, 2020

The Glass Hotel: Mandel blurs the boundaries of truth and fantasy again

The acclaimed Canadian writer has followed up Station Eleven with another dystopian tale

10th May, 2020
Emily St John Mandel blurs the barriers of truth and fantasy like no other writer of her generation

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The Glass Hotel

By Emily St John Mandel

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