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Mark Smith
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Land of Fences

Mark Smith


9781925773583

Text Publishing Company


Children's & Educational;
General fiction (Children's&YA);
Advocate - Children's


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256 pages

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Finn and Kas are surviving on the coast-more than surviving- they?re enjoying the surf, the summer and being together. And now, the lights of Wentworth mean life could soon be back to normal. Finn is cautiously optimistic, but Kas knows she can never escape her status as a Siley, and that a return to slavery is a very real possibility. She?s nervous. And it turns out she?s right to be. When Kas is captured and taken inside the fences, Finn faces his greatest challenge yet.

Land of Fences is the compelling third and final novel in Mark Smith?s highly acclaimed action-packed trilogy that began with The Road to Winter.

By:   Mark Smith
Imprint:   Text Publishing Company
Country of Publication:   Australia
Dimensions:   Height: 234mm,  Width: 154mm,  Spine: 19mm
Weight:   345g
ISBN:   9781925773583
ISBN 10:   1925773582
Pages:   256
Publication Date:   June 2019
Audience:   Children/juvenile ,  English as a second language
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Mark Smith lives on Victoria?s Surf Coast, where he writes novels and stories, and runs outdoor-education programs for young adults. His second novel, Wilder Country, won the 2018 Indie Book Award for Young Adults.


`An epic story of survival, fast-paced action and characters we really care about.' * Tristan Bancks * `An unmissable series.' * Sydney Morning Herald * `A page-turner told in an unaffected, Australian voice.' * Australian on Wilder Country * `Tense and atmospheric...Mark Smith's debut is assured, gripping and leaves you wanting more.' * Best Books for Younger Readers 2016, Sydney Morning Herald for The Road to Winter * `A riveting story of survival that questions the prices of freedom and safety as well as the value of an individual life...A breakout new series full of romance, danger, and a surprisingly engaging world.' * Kirkus Reviews, starred review on The Road to Winter *

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