Finn, Kas and Willow have survived the winter of storms. Severe winds and cold have kept the Wilders at bay. Now that spring has come, everything has changed. They're being hunted again, and they won't be safe while Ramage wants their blood.
But Finn and Kas made a promise to Rose - to find her baby and bring her back. And finding Hope means finding Ramagea
Wilder Country is the exciting, action-packed sequel to Mark Smith's highly acclaimed The Road to Winter.
About the Author
Mark Smith lives in Buckinghamshire with his wife and their son. He is a career railwayman. He was the Station Manager for Charing Cross, London Bridge and Cannon Street stations in London in the early to mid 90's, and later the Customer Relations Manager for two UK train companies. He has also worked as a European rail agent issuing tickets and advising other travel agents on train travel across Europe.
`Issues of survival, trust and honour make this a great book for reading groups...A much anticipated sequel that reminds me of the Tomorrow When the War Began series.' * Lamont Books * `The sequel to Mark Smith's The Road to Winter is a page-turner with a heart and soul, tightly packed with exquisitely rendered action and nail-biting scenes of peril, all layered with emotional authenticity.' * Written by Sime * `A rip-roaring story-gripping and compelling, I couldn't put it down. Mark Smith creates this dangerous, lawless new world and manages to champion the decency of youth. Very timely. And what makes it so powerful is that it's frighteningly believable.' * Robert Newton * `Smith skillfully maintains an underlying tension. Whenever I put the book down, I felt as if I'd been holding my breath...The world Smith creates is convincing, perhaps because he takes real-world scenarios and kicks them up a notch.' * New Zealand Listener on The Road to Winter * `A beautiful and intimate story...Like the best YA fiction, The Road to Winter is sure to appeal just as much to an adult audience, and I can easily see it being discussed as passionately by a local book club as a high-school English class.' * Otago Daily Times on The Road to Winter * 'Mark Smith's debut novel is assured, gripping and leaves you wanting more.' * Sydney Morning Herald on The Road to Winter * 'It's easy to see why Mark Smith's dystopian thriller has been compared with John Marsden's Tomorrow When the War Began. I barely came up for breath as the pages flew. So strap yourself in for a high action ride.' * Kids Book Review on 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, Starred Review for The Road to Winter *
Number Of Pages: 256
Published: 28th August 2017
Publisher: Text Publishing Co
Country of Publication: AU
Dimensions (cm): 23.9 x 15.5 x 2.0
Weight (kg): 0.37