Station Eleven


The novel won the Arthur C. Clarke Award in May 2015, beating novels including The Girl with All the Gifts and Memory of Water.[14] The committee highlighted the novel's focus on the survival of human culture after an apocalypse, as opposed to the survival of humanity itself.[14] The novel was also a finalist for the National Book Award, ultimately losing to Phil Klay's short story cycle Redeployment.[15] It was also a finalist for the PEN/Faulkner Award, as well as the Baileys Women's Prize for Fiction.[16]

The novel won the Toronto Book Award in October 2015.[17]

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