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The sequel to Maurice Gee's The Severed Land, w ritten by Tony Chapelle, authorised and endorsed by Maurice Gee

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The sequel to Maurice Gee's The Severed Land, w ritten by Tony Chapelle, authorised and endorsed by Maurice Gee

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The sequel to Maurice Gee's The Severed Land, w ritten by Tony Chapelle, authorised and endorsed by Maurice Gee 'This sequel captures the essence of my novel and takes my characters on a tense and dangerous journey through the world of The Severed Land.' - Maurice Gee Picking up where The Severed Land left off, this suspense-filled novel continues the story of the brave ex-slave Fliss. Despite her idyllic new life behind the safety of the wall, she can't help longing for someone special of her own. That's when a young man appears, preaching peace and unity. His arrival, however, is about to send Fliss and her friend Minnie back through the wall on a hazardous mission. There's danger at every corner, perilous journeys and the constant threat of betrayal and capture.

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About the Author

Tony Chapelle has had a professional life as a historian, mainly in schools and universities in the South Pacific. Over the past few decades he has concentrated on creative writing, and has published Original Sin , a book of short stories, many of them award-winning, and a sequence of four novels for adults- Merely a Girl, The Youngest Son, A Distant Belonging , and Kindred . He lives in Palmerston North with his daughter and granddaughters. NZ Booklovers wrote of Kindred , his most recent work- 'This is a beautiful book from start to finish. It is polished and perfectly weighted . . . . So sad, and so beautifully captured by the writer.' He has been short-listed and won a number of New Zealand short story competitions and was awarded a NZ Society of Authors mentorship with Sue McCauley. Maurice Gee described the character of Chapelle's first novel as 'tough, energetic, frustrated, vulnerable and not always admirable. A thoroughly believable young woman.'

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Product Details

Publisher
Penguin NZ | Puffin
Published
28th September 2021
Pages
208
ISBN
9780143776710
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