Sequel to At the World's End. Caz and Will struggle to fit in at the Settlement where the genders are strictly separated. After the battle to arrive, it seems that they may be setting out into the frozen world once again. Gripping YA dystopia from the author of Incarceron.
Life in the Settlement is not as perfect as Caz and Will had hoped - they live apart in the Boys' and Girls' Towers and rarely see each other. Searching for her father, Caz is told that he never arrived at the Settlement. But then she finds his name on a secret list of a missing Search and Rescue team that set out to investigate a mysterious signal and never came back. She can't rest until she finds out what's happened to him. Even though Will is convinced it's too dangerous. Even though it means leaving and heading back out onto the endless ice...
Catherine Fisher has worked in archaeology and in education, as a lecturer of Creative Writing at the University of Glamorgan. Catherine has been shortlisted for numerous awards and her bestselling Incarceron series was chosen by The Times as its Children's Book of the Year in 2007.
Children’s & educational
Paperback - B format
13 - 15
Children's, Teenage & educational