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From Barnes & NobleA Barnes & Noble Best Book of 2014
Fifteen years after a pandemic marks the end of life as we know it, an itinerant Shakespearean troupe performs its way across the husk of a vastly depopulated America. In this stunning, layered narrative tying together the lives of people before, on the eve of, and after most of the world’s population is wiped out, St. John Mandel writes about what matters at the end of everything. Dystopian fiction is so often about mere survival, but St. John Mandel understands we need something to survive for. See all of the Best Fiction Books of 2014.