Forum Navigation: Forum Index » Book of the Month » Book of the month » Discuss "Station Eleven" by Emily St. John Mandel

Want FREE books and FREE Amazon gift cards?

Each day we announce via email a book that is either FREE or on a temporary sale at a great discount price. These are not your average free books. These are incredible insider deals on well-rated books. OnlineBookClub.org is where tomorrow's bestsellers are born. We also give away over $1,000 per month of free Amazon gift cards in free daily giveaways, exclusively to those signed up to these announcements! Hurry, sign up free now:

Sorry, this proves you are human.

Favorite/Least Favorite Character?

Discuss the March 2017 Book of the Month, Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel.

Favorite/Least Favorite Character?

Post Number:#1 by hsimone
» 02 Mar 2017, 07:21

Who would you say was your favorite character in Station Eleven? Who was your least favorite? And most importantly, why?
"Love is patient, love is kind." -1 Corinthians 13:4
Publishing Contest ~ 27 Votes ~ View hsimone's Entry
User avatar
hsimone
Lilimaster of Bookshelves
 
Posts: 3908
Joined: 17 Jul 2015, 20:19
Location: Snuggling with a Book :)
Favorite Author: J.K. Rowling
Favorite Book: Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone
Currently Reading: Playing Hurt
Bookshelf Size: 360 books

View Reviewer Page
Reading Device: Kindle Paperwhite
2017 Reading Goal: 140 Books
Goal Completion: 30%

Did you know?
 
Once you join the forums and log in you will get to enjoy a very ad-reduced experience. It's easy and completely free!

Re: Favorite/Least Favorite Character?

Post Number:#2 by ashley_claire
» 02 Mar 2017, 09:07

Besides the prophet, for obvious reasons, my least favorite character was Arthur. I just never connected with him and ultimately didn't care about his life. The chapters written from his point of view were my least favorite of the whole book.

Favorite character is tough for me because I didn't really have one. I think the rest of them were fine, but that's about it. I liked Kirsten but I wasn't particularly drawn to her. If I had to pick I would say maybe Jeevan.
User avatar
ashley_claire
 
Posts: 280
Joined: 03 Mar 2015, 03:13
Favorite Book: The Prince of Tides
Currently Reading: Uprooted
Bookshelf Size: 104 books

View Reviewer Page
2017 Reading Goal: 50 Books
Goal Completion: 48%

Re: Favorite/Least Favorite Character?

Post Number:#3 by Gravy
» 04 Mar 2017, 22:02

Arthur, his second wife, and Tyler... Didn't like any of them.

I actually think Clark was my favorite.
Reading gives us someplace to go when we have to stay where we are.
User avatar
Gravy
Gravymaster of Bookshelves
 
Posts: 28285
Joined: 27 Aug 2014, 02:02
Location: In A Good Book
Favorite Author: Too Many To List
Favorite Book:
Currently Reading: Undine
Bookshelf Size: 844 books
2017 Reading Goal: 60 Books
Goal Completion: 26%

Re: Favorite/Least Favorite Character?

Post Number:#4 by Lulubelle
» 09 Mar 2017, 12:42

I liked the Arthur storyline very much, and he was the point of connection between many of the others. But my favourite was Miranda, and I wish there had been more of her artwork at the end of the book.
User avatar
Lulubelle
 
Posts: 16
Joined: 12 Mar 2016, 13:34
Currently Reading: The Moth Diaries
Bookshelf Size: 7 books
2017 Reading Goal: 0 Books
Goal Completion: 0%

Re: Favorite/Least Favorite Character?

Post Number:#5 by Jennifer Allsbrook
» 12 Mar 2017, 00:37

The character I liked the most would have to be Kristen. She was strong and tied together the post-Georgia flu era with the time before. I enjoyed how so many of the characters were linked through Arthur's story line. My least favorite character would have to be the prophet. I felt for him once I realized it was Tyler but that didn't excuse his ruthlessness. Miranda was another character that stood out for me. Her comic book vision was interesting and the descriptiveness provided by the author made her vision come to life. Overall, the members of the Traveling Symphony as a whole were an eclectic group and Clark and his museum were an interesting twist to the story.
Jennifer Allsbrook's Latest Review: "Staff Sergeant Belinda Watt" by Tom Holzel
User avatar
Jennifer Allsbrook
 
Posts: 548
Joined: 23 Jul 2016, 20:35
Location: North Carolina
Favorite Book: Nightlord: Sunset
Currently Reading: Arrival
Bookshelf Size: 87 books

View Reviewer Page
2017 Reading Goal: 150 Books
Goal Completion: 6%

Re: Favorite/Least Favorite Character?

Post Number:#6 by Kitkat3
» 24 Mar 2017, 02:48

Jennifer Allsbrook wrote:The character I liked the most would have to be Kristen. She was strong and tied together the post-Georgia flu era with the time before. I enjoyed how so many of the characters were linked through Arthur's story line. My least favorite character would have to be the prophet. I felt for him once I realized it was Tyler but that didn't excuse his ruthlessness. Miranda was another character that stood out for me. Her comic book vision was interesting and the descriptiveness provided by the author made her vision come to life. Overall, the members of the Traveling Symphony as a whole were an eclectic group and Clark and his museum were an interesting twist to the story.


Exactly how I feel :)
Kitkat3's Latest Review: "Godhead" by J. Austin Tomlinson
User avatar
Kitkat3
 
Posts: 30
Joined: 27 Jan 2017, 01:12
Location: Florida
Currently Reading: Wuthering Heights
Bookshelf Size: 64 books

View Reviewer Page
2017 Reading Goal: 60 Books
Goal Completion: 18%

Re: Favorite/Least Favorite Character?

Post Number:#7 by hsimone
» 24 Mar 2017, 03:35

Jennifer Allsbrook wrote:The character I liked the most would have to be Kristen. She was strong and tied together the post-Georgia flu era with the time before. I enjoyed how so many of the characters were linked through Arthur's story line. My least favorite character would have to be the prophet. I felt for him once I realized it was Tyler but that didn't excuse his ruthlessness. Miranda was another character that stood out for me. Her comic book vision was interesting and the descriptiveness provided by the author made her vision come to life. Overall, the members of the Traveling Symphony as a whole were an eclectic group and Clark and his museum were an interesting twist to the story.


I couldn't have said it better myself! :)
"Love is patient, love is kind." -1 Corinthians 13:4
Publishing Contest ~ 27 Votes ~ View hsimone's Entry
User avatar
hsimone
Lilimaster of Bookshelves
 
Posts: 3908
Joined: 17 Jul 2015, 20:19
Location: Snuggling with a Book :)
Favorite Author: J.K. Rowling
Favorite Book: Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone
Currently Reading: Playing Hurt
Bookshelf Size: 360 books

View Reviewer Page
Reading Device: Kindle Paperwhite
2017 Reading Goal: 140 Books
Goal Completion: 30%


Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 1 guest

Navigation

Return Home » Book of the Month » Book of the month » Discuss "Station Eleven" by Emily St. John Mandel