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Emmy Award nominee Susan Kim and Edgar Award winner Laurence Klavan bring readers back to the Wasteland in this thrilling, action-packed sequel. Karin Slaughter, bestselling author of Criminal, called Wasteland “a Lord of the Flies for future generations. An irresistible page-turner.”

The former citizens of Prin are running out of time. Esther and Caleb must begin a harrowing journey in hopes of finding food and shelter—not to mention a way to make it past age nineteen. On the way, Esther must rally to take charge with the help of a blind guide, Aras. He appears unbelievably cruel, but not everything is as it seems in the Wasteland.

In this sequel to Wasteland, the stakes are even higher for Esther, Caleb, and the rest of their clan. They’re pinning all their hopes on the road … but what if it’s the most dangerous place of all?

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About the Author

Susan Kim is a five-time Emmy nominee for her work in children’s television and a Writers Guild Award winner for best documentary. She wrote the stage adaptation of Amy Tan’s The Joy Luck Club, teaches writing at Goddard College, and blogs for the Huffington Post. With Laurence Klavan she wrote the graphic novels City of Spies and Brain Camp. When she was growing up there was a chain-link fence behind her family’s apartment that led to a small woods. After dinner all the kids would sneak through to play in a world where there were no adult intruders. The memory of that has always stayed with her.