Outcasts (Ferryman)

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Dylan and Tristan changed the rules of life and death when Dylan died and came back to life with her Ferryman at her side. Everything is better than she could imagine; her parents have found happiness again, and Tristan is constantly by her side. All that changes when they learn about livestock that was mysteriously killed and strange disappearances that can only mean one thing: a wraith has found its way from the Wasteland. Now, someone must pay the price, and Dylan’s parents have been chosen to pay it. When Dylan is offered a deal that could save their lives, she has a choice to make. To save her parents, she must return to the Wasteland and give up the love she has with Tristan.

The thrilling conclusion of the Ferryman series continues the love story of Dylan and Tristan as they once again face impossible odds when a choice that could save those that they love could mean they lose everything. The story moves between the living world where Tristan and Dylan are adjusting to their life together and the Wasteland where Jack and Susanna are fighting their way through a crumbling world. Both pairs face harrowing journeys that put their relationships to the test as they confront new dangers and discover how far they’re willing to go for each other. Claire McFall weaves an emotional finale about love and sacrifice as surprises, tragedy, and heartbreak find Tristan and Dylan when they return to where their story began. The happy life they’ve only just started is quickly derailed, but Tristan and Dylan do have moments together that are genuine and sweet. Outcasts is a stunning read that focuses on loss and sacrifice by exploring the afterlife through the lens of grief, closure, and new beginnings in a love story that transcends life and death.

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Star Count 4/5
Format Trade
Page Count 272 pages
Publisher Kelpies
Publish Date 2019-04-23
ISBN 9781782505648
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Issue October 2019
Category Young Adult


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