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The Glass Hotel From The Award Winning Author Of Station Eleven,a Captivating Novel Of Money, Beauty, White Collar Crime, Ghosts, And Moral Compromise In Which A Woman Disappears From A Container Ship Off The Coast Of Mauritania And A Massive Ponzi Scheme Implodes In New York, Dragging Countless Fortunes With ItVincent Is A Bartender At The Hotel Caiette, A Five Star Glass And Cedar Palace On An Island In British Columbia Jonathan Alkaitis Works In Finance And Owns The Hotel When He Passes Vincent His Card With A Tip, It S The Beginning Of Their Life Together That Same Day, Vincent S Half Brother, Paul, Scrawls A Note On The Windowed Wall Of The Hotel Why Don T You Swallow Broken Glass Leon Prevant, A Shipping Executive For A Company Called Neptune Avramidis, Sees The Note From The Hotel Bar And Is Shaken To His Core Thirteen Years Later Vincent Mysteriously Disappears From The Deck Of A Neptune Avramidis Ship Weaving Together The Lives Of These Characters, The Glass Hotel Moves Between The Ship, The Skyscrapers Of Manhattan, And The Wilderness Of Northern Vancouver Island, Painting A Breathtaking Picture Of Greed And Guilt, Fantasy And Delusion, Art And The Ghosts Of Our Pasts



10 thoughts on “The Glass Hotel

  1. says:

    Emily St John Mandel writes an exquisite other worldly novel, slightly surreal as if peering through a misted looking glass, of alternative realities, paths not taken, ghosts, of a di


  2. says:

    You may be wondering if The Glass Hotel is anything like Emily St John Mandel s previous novel Station Eleven The answer is no AND yes.Don t get me wrong, The Glass Hot


  3. says:

    I m not usually attracted to books that feature financial elements, but in this case I made an exception Simply because I love how this author writes and the way she puts together a story I m


  4. says:

    It must be incredibly difficult for a writer to follow a monster hit like Station Eleven Everyone, it seems, is dying to read The Glass Hotel, and that includes me I normally think it s a little


  5. says:

    This sounds like absolutely everything.


  6. says:

    Anyone who has read Station Eleven or in fact any of the author s previous novels will know that Mandel writes thoughtful and addictive stories Her prose doesn t shout a story at you, it s far subtle th


  7. says:

    You should eat broken glass The sentence above, a remote island hotel, a Ponzi scheme, a container ship, a lost young woman, and a ghostly presence provide the framework for this masterful novel about greed,


  8. says:

    At first, I found the storyline all over the place and I felt a bit baffled because I couldn t see where it was heading It jumped from timeline to timeline and character to character in a seemingly random and di


  9. says:

    This is a new author for me, finding a new author is very exciting and I couldn t wait to start this book The Glass Hotel is on Vancouver Island, only accessible by boat A luxury 5 star hotel owned by Jonathon Alkat


  10. says:

    There are so many ways to haunt a person, or a life Emily St John Mandel seems to have two particular talents probably a lot , but these two stand out to me She has a remarkable way to tell a story by jumping a


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About the Author: Emily St. John Mandel

Emily St John Mandel was born and raised on the west coast of British Columbia, Canada She studied contemporary dance at the School of Toronto Dance Theatre and lived briefly in Montreal before relocating to New York She is the author of five novels, including The Glass Hotel spring 2020 and Station Eleven 2014 Station Eleven was a finalist for a National Book Award and the PEN Faulkner