Cheapest copies of Emily St. John Mandel’s Sea of Tranquility

Posted: 15 April 2022 9:00 am
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The acclaimed author of Station Eleven returns. Here are the cheapest copies of Sea of Tranquility available online in Australia.

Emily St. John Mandel is quickly becoming one of the pre-eminent authors of our time. From the brutally prescient Station Eleven to the thought-provoking The Glass Hotel, Mandel always has her finger on the pulse of what readers crave.

Sprawling is the word to describe Sea of Tranquility, which follows the son of an aristocrat, an exiled writer and the detective who binds them all together as he investigates an anomaly in time.

Taking you from 1912 British Columbia to a colony on the moon centuries later, this is a novel about parallel times and lives, at once completely distinct and completely similar.

Here are the cheapest copies of Sea of Tranquility available to be ordered online in Australia. In creating this article, we compared prices from Dymocks, QBD Books, Booktopia, Readings and Amazon.

Cheapest copies of Sea of Tranquility

<em>Sea of Tranquility</em> paperback edition
Sea of Tranquility paperback edition

Purchase the paperback edition of Sea of Tranquility from Amazon for $24.08, down from $32.99. That's 27% off the RRP.

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<em>Sea of Tranquility</em> Kindle edition
Sea of Tranquility Kindle edition

Grab the Sea of Tranquility Kindle edition from Amazon for $12.99. You don't need a Kindle to enjoy, as you can download the free app on a smart device, Mac or PC.

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<em>Sea of Tranquility</em> audiobook edition
Sea of Tranquility audiobook edition

Sign up for a free Audible trial to get the audiobook edition of Sea of Tranquility, when it releases 28 April. Audible offers a 30-day free trial. Subsequently, it is $16.45 a month.

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About the author

Emily St. John Mandel was born in Merville, Canada in 1979. After pursuing a career in dance, she published her first novel, Last Night in Montreal, in 2009. Her breakout novel, Station Eleven, was published in 2014, and follows a troupe of Shakespearan actors travelling around the Great Lakes in the wake of a devastating pandemic. The theme of plague returns in her most recent work.

Mandel won the coveted Arthur C. Clarke award for Station Eleven, and it was also adapted into a HBO miniseries. Her 2020 novel The Glass Hotel was named by Barack Obama as one of his favourite novels of the year.

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