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Enjoyed Station Eleven? We’ve scoured the web for book blogs and looked at all of their recommendations for books that are similar to Station Eleven. Here are 10 books that you may like if you liked Station Eleven.

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The Hunger Games
The Hunger Games Series
Suzanne Collins - 2008-10-14
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In a dystopian future, the nation of Panem forces each district to send a boy and girl to fight to the death in the annual Hunger Games. When 16-year-old Katniss Everdeen takes her sister's place, she must fight to survive while navigating complex choices of survival, humanity, and love.
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Rainn Wilson
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The Year of the Flood
Margaret Atwood - 2009-09-22
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A natural disaster has occurred and altered Earth as we know it, obliterating most human life. Two women have survived: Ren, a young trapeze dancer locked inside a high-end sex club, and Toby, a member of a religion devoted to preserving all plant and animal life barricaded inside a luxurious spa. As they navigate this strange new world filled with gene-spliced life forms and corrupt policing forces, they must decide on their next move. Will they stay locked away or venture out into the unknown? Atwood's "The Year of the Flood" is a dark, violent, and inventive portrayal of a post-apocalyptic world.
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The Passage
A Novel (Book One of The Passage Trilogy)
Justin Cronin - 2010-06-08
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In The Passage, a government experiment of apocalyptic proportions goes wrong, leading to catastrophic events that trigger a societal collapse. The only hope for humanity is a young girl named Amy, who possesses a mysterious power that can save the world. With gripping storytelling and unforgettable characters, this epic tale of survival is a must-read for fans of post-apocalyptic fiction.
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Margaret Atwood - 2013-09-03
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In a post-apocalyptic world ravaged by a man-made plague, a small group of survivors must face giant Pigoons and malevolent Painballers to stay alive. Bio-engineered Crakers, gentle replacements for humans, provide them with hope. Toby, a mushroom and bee expert in love with street-smart Zeb, must navigate complex relationships while facing threats to their existence. With dark humor and dizzying imagination, this Booker Prize-winning novel from Margaret Atwood holds a skewed mirror to our own possible future.
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Anna Akana
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Oryx and Crake
Margaret Atwood - 2004-03-30 (first published in 2003)
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A post-apocalyptic world where one man may be the last human alive. Snowman, also known as Jimmy, mourns the death of his best friend and the love of his life, Oryx. In search of answers, Snowman embarks on a journey with the help of genetically engineered children through a lush wilderness that was once a great city. Margaret Atwood's thought-provoking tale is a compelling vision of the future that is both familiar and beyond our imagination.
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The Road
Cormac McCarthy - 2006-10-02
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In a desolate, post-apocalyptic America, a father and son trek towards an unknown West Coast in a desperate attempt to survive. Armed only with a pistol, scavenged supplies, and each other, they encounter danger and uncertainty at every turn. The Road is a heart-wrenching story of love and endurance in the face of catastrophic destruction. Cormac McCarthy's vivid prose paints a stark portrait of humanity's best and worst qualities.
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The Children of Men
P. D. James - 2006-12-05 (first published in 1992)
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Explore a world with no children and no future in this gripping novel by P. D. James. The last generation has grown up, and the human race has become infertile, leading to a collapse of civilization with suicide and despair on the rise. Oxford historian Theodore Faron spends his days reminiscing, but his apathy changes when he meets Julian, a woman who wants his help to meet his cousin, the powerful Warden of England. Alongside her revolutionary group, they may hold the key to the survival of mankind. James' trademark suspense and insightful characterization keep readers hooked until the very end.
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The Wall
A Novel
John Lanchester - 2020-03-17 (first published in 2019)
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In a world ravaged by environmental disaster, an island nation builds an enormous concrete Wall around its coastline to protect itself. Joseph Kavanagh is a new Defender tasked with protecting his section of the Wall from the Others, desperate souls trapped outside the Wall who pose a constant threat. As Kavanagh struggles to fulfill his duties and form relationships with his fellow Defenders, a dark part of him wonders if he'd welcome an attack and the chance to fight for his life.
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Roger Bennett
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The Heart Goes Last
A Novel
Margaret Atwood - 2015-09-29
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In the midst of an economic and social collapse, a married couple struggles to survive. The Positron Project seems like the answer to their prayers, offering a clean house and job security. But there's a catch: residents must become inmates in the Positron prison system every other month. As events spiral out of control, the couple realizes that this "prayer answered" may have dangerous consequences. From the author of The Handmaid's Tale comes an utterly thought-provoking, engaging new novel that explores the human heart and the extremes it's capable of under duress.
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The Last Man
Mary Shelley - 1998-09-10 (first published in 1826)
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Explore a haunting vision of the future in a story of tragic love and humanity's downfall from the author of Frankenstein. Mary Shelley's The Last Man takes us on a journey through a world succumbing to a deadly plague, with intriguing cameos from Romantic poets Percy Bysshe Shelley and Lord Byron. Discover a tale that challenges the limits of imagination and the power of art to save a doomed society.