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At the World's End by Catherine Fisher
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At the World's End (edition 2015)

by Catherine Fisher

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Title:At the World's End
Authors:Catherine Fisher
Info:Edinburgh : Barrington Stoke, 2015.
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Tags:children's/young adult, post-apocalyptic, signed, read 2018

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 178112471X, Paperback)

Dramatic dystopian adventure from the bestselling Incarceron author. Caz has been living in the department store since the day the Blue Star came and killed everyone who breathed in its toxic snow. She can't do so much as look outside. But life in the store is getting dangerous and so Caz decides to take her chances in the world outside, with only Will for company. What will she find in the bleak landscape? And is there even anything to find? A compelling vision of a dystopian society. Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant and dyslexic readers aged 12+

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