Rebel Heart: Dust Lands: 2

Rebel Heart: Dust Lands: 2


By (author) Moira Young

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  • Publisher: Doubleday Canada
  • Format: Hardback | 432 pages
  • Dimensions: 145mm x 211mm x 38mm | 544g
  • Publication date: 30 October 2012
  • ISBN 10: 0385671865
  • ISBN 13: 9780385671866

Product description

Saba has rescued her kidnapped brother and defeated the fanatical Tonton. But the price to be paid for her violent victory is terrible. Jack has disappeared--and can no longer be trusted. A new and formidable enemy is on the rise in the dustlands. No one is safe. And Saba must confront the terrible secret hidden in the darkest depths of her soul.

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MOIRA YOUNG was born in New Westminster, BC, where she attended the University of British Columbia before heading to the UK to study drama. After a few years of performing on the alternative comedy circuit and tap-dancing on a West End stage, Young returned to Vancouver where she successfully trained as an opera singer. Returning to the UK, she sang in some of London's most prestigious venues. Young has now returned to her first love--writing--with her debut novel, Blood Red Road. Moira Young lives in Bath, England with her husband.

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Praise for Blood Red Road "It's Mad Max and The Hunger Games meets True Grit. . . .The author moves between ruthless action and gorgeous, buttery narration. . . . In the hands of a lesser writer, that style might have dragged, but first-time author Young is talented, and she's just getting started. . . .This is a must-read, where girls rescue boys, and where the future looms up full of hope and loss, struggles and archetypes that give the story a timeless, classic edge." —The Globe and Mail "Eerie and adventurous. . . on par with Suzanne Collins' The Hunger Games and Paolo Bacigalupi's Ship Breaker. . . .Blood Red Road has a cinematic quality that makes it white-hot. . . .The fervor is more than warranted." —LA Times "Brutal and thrilling." —The Wall Street Journal