The heels of HBO Max’s post-apocalyptic limited series success Station XIBased on Emily St. John Mandel’s 2014 novel of the same name by Patrick Somerville, Somerville and St. John Mandel are teaming up for the adaptation of Mandel’s latest book series, The Glass HotelAnd his upcoming novel Sea of peace.
Two Station XI The follow-up series is being made on HBO Max. Behind is the Paramount TV Studio Station XIThere are options The Glass Hotel And Sea of peace And potentially creating two new series that weren’t conceived as sequels Station XI.
St. John Mandel and Station XI Author / listener Somerville will co-write both new series, which will reunite the production team behind the scenes. Station XI. It features St. John Mandel as well as Somerville and David Eisenberg through their company Tracker Beam, Jessica Rhodes through her pacer, Hero Murai and Net Mattison through their banner Super Frog, Scott Dellman through his Shadow Fox Productions and Scott Stendorf through his Stoneworld. .
Novelist St. John Mandel publishes two new book adaptations to New Yorker’s profile on April 12 Sea of peace And later tweeted the news, which was retweeted by Somerville.
“Emily is going to have a wonderful new book called Sea of peace“It’s about the moon, time travel and future book tours. I think I’ve made it clear that I’m a big fan of one of her previous novels, but I have to say – this is my favorite Emily novel,” she said. It’s incredible. “
Sea of peace It is described as a novel of art, time, love, and plague that takes the reader to a dark colony of the moon three hundred years after Vancouver Island in 1912, revealing a story of humanity across centuries and space.
When Gaspery-Jack Roberts, a Black-Sky Night City detective, is hired to investigate an inconsistency in the North American desert, he unveils a series of chaotic lives: the exiled son of an insanely driven Earl, a writer trapped far away from home. The plague destroyed the earth, and a childhood friend of Knight City, who, like Gaspery himself, saw the opportunity to do something extraordinary that would disrupt the universe’s timeline.
The Glass Hotel Crisis and survival stories, greed and guilt, love and delirium. In it, Jonathan Alcatis’ billion-dollar business is really nothing more than a game of smoke and mirrors. When his plan breaks down, it destroys countless fortunes and destroys lives. Vincent, a bartender at Hotel Coyote who pretended to be Jonathan’s wife, left at night. Many years later, a fraud victim was hired to investigate a bizarre incident: a woman apparently disappeared from the deck of a container ship in the port of the call.
The book was finalized for the Scotiabank Giller Prize and was one of President Barack Obama’s favorite books of 2020.