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The Plague

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Kyp awakes to a changed world. His Family is scattered: the flock decimated by plague, the Chooser dead - murdered by one of their own. Sick and alone, Kyp begins a journey. Humans have taken Kym - he doesn't know where, but he will keep searching because he made a promise. He will keep flying east because he feels he must. It isn't long before Kyp picks up a ragtag band of companions - plague survivors, outcasts, orphans - united by their desire to follow him, even into the human colonies, even into fire. But Kyp's is not the only group to form. A messianic opponent, risen from the dead, is gathering The Collection. And he is hell-bent on revenge.show more

Product details

  • 12-17
  • Paperback | 272 pages
  • 128 x 194 x 22mm | 181.44g
  • Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0747575835
  • 9780747575832
  • 1,532,600

About Clem Martini

Clem Martini is a Canadian playwright and screenwriter who has written for both adults and young people. A professor of drama at the University of Calgary, he is a three-time winner of the Alberta Writer's Guild Drama Prize and was a Govenor General's Award nominee. The Plague is the second book in the Crow Chronicles trilogy, following The Mob, which was published to critical acclaim in 2006. The last in the series, The Judgment, is coming soon. Clem was born in Calgary, Alberta, and lives there with his wife and two daughters.show more

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97 ratings
3.61 out of 5 stars
5 16% (16)
4 41% (40)
3 32% (31)
2 8% (8)
1 2% (2)
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