Where the Rock Splits the Sky

Where the Rock Splits the Sky

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The moon has been split, and the Visitors have Earth in their alien grip. But the captive planet? That's not her problem. Megan just wants to track down her missing dad... The world stopped turning long before Megan was born. Ever since the Visitors split the moon and stilled the Earth, permanent sunset is all anyone has known. But now, riding her trusty steed Cisco, joined by her posse, Kelly and Luis, Megan is on the run from her Texas hometown, journeying across the vast, dystopic American West to hunt down her father. To find him, she must face the Zone, a notorious landscape where the laws of nature do not apply. The desert can play deadly tricks on the mind, and the quest will push Megan past her limits. But to solve the mystery of not just her missing father but of the paralyzed planet itself, she must survive it--and an alien showdown.
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Product details

  • 12-17
  • Hardback | 262 pages
  • 139 x 224 x 25mm | 381g
  • United States
  • English
  • 0545557011
  • 9780545557016
  • 2,688,455

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Praise for SIX DAYS "A crackerjack adventure...Cass has a lovely, rich, narrative voice and is a feisty heroine...It's such a racketing good time..." -- KIRKUS REVIEWS "A wildly inventive, fast-paced, science-fiction adventure story complete with a strong female protagonist, creative language, and tender relationships between wonderful young adults caught up in terrible times. This is one terrific page-turning tale." -- VOYA "The pace steadily increases to near breathlessness...Cass's narration is both gripping and authentic." -- BCCB "Webb has created a complex and intriguing dystopia filled with devastation, clever devices, and lots of local color. The novel's rapid pacing will hook readers and keep them turning pages." -- BOOKLIST
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About Philip Webb

Philp Webb works as a "user experience consultant," helping his clients bridge the gap between technology and humanity. He has a computer science degree and a masters in human computer interaction. He lives with his family in West London.
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156 ratings
3.08 out of 5 stars
5 15% (23)
4 17% (27)
3 36% (56)
2 26% (40)
1 6% (10)
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