Station Eleven. Emily St. John Mandel’s time-hopping tale of a worldwide epidemic, post-apocalyptic Shakespearian thespians, the problematic nature of fame, and the importance of art, love, and companionship when it comes to survival is an incredible feat of a novel. Station Eleven deftly brings numerous character threads together to create a tapestry of storytelling that is a wonder to behold.
"In 1986, Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker's Heritage USA was the third most-visited amusement park in the US, behind only Disney World and Disneyland. Now the park that once entertained millions of guests is falling to pieces, and looks more like the scene from a post-apocalyptic movie than a place for family fun." Pro tip: Read the "Heritage USA" chapter of P.J. O'Rourke's holidays in hell for the best review of the park you will ever read.
If you can, read The Wave and Icons back-to-back. They're both about aliens in a futuristic society, but they couldn't be more different and amazing at the same time. Both are incredible page turners with surprise plot twists at the end. READ THEM!!!!!