New PDF release: A Far Country: A Novel
By Daniel Mason
From the bestselling writer of The Piano Tuner, a gorgeous novel a few younger girl's trip via an unlimited, unnamed nation looking for her brother.
Fourteen-year-old Isabel used to be born in a distant village with the present and curse of "seeing farther." whilst drought and conflict grip the backlands, her brother Isaias joins an outstanding exodus to a teeming urban within the south. quickly Isabel needs to stick to, leaving behind the single domestic she's ever identified, her sole comfort the idea of being along with her brother again.
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A Far Country: A Novel by Daniel Mason