Last time you heard from our associates-only book club, we were obsessing over Marisha Pessl‘s Night Film. Now? Random House graciously gifted us copies of Emily St. John Mandel‘s latest, the post-apocalyptic novel Station Eleven. Just a few pages in, I was hooked (and I wasn’t the only one).
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Forgive us. We’re newly obsessed – not with the latest NYFW trend (although we’re partial to seafoam for spring) – but with a completely addictive, cancel-all-plans sort of book: Marisha Pessl’s thrill of a read, Night Film.
This summer, Random House graciously gifted our associates-only book club advanced reader copies of Pessl’s now New York Times bestseller (released to the public on August 20). Best known for her blockbuster debut, Special Topics in Calamity Physics, let’s just say – Pessl’s at it again.
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