Emily St. John Mandel

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Aliases:
Emily Saint John Mandel, امیلی سنت جان مندل, Emily St. John Mandel, and 2 others エミリー・セントジョン マンデル, Emily St John Mandel
Born:
April 4, 1979

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Emily St. John Mandel, née en 1979 à Merville en Colombie-Britannique, est une romancière canadienne anglophone, spécialisée dans le roman policier. En 2014, elle aborde la science-fiction avec son roman Station Eleven qui est finaliste du National Book Award et qui remporte le prix Arthur-C.-Clarke. Source : Wikipedia (fr)

Emily St. John Mandel (born 1979) is a Canadian novelist and essayist. She has written numerous essays and five novels, including Station Eleven (2014) and The Glass Hotel (2020). Station Eleven, which has been translated into 33 languages, has been adapted into a limited series on HBO Max, premiering December 16, 2021. The Glass Hotel was translated into 20 languages and selected by Barack Obama as one of his favorite books from the year 2020. Source : Wikipedia (en)

Books by Emily St. John Mandel