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A Town Called Dust: The Territory 1 - Justin Woolley
A Town Called Dust: The Territory 1
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Stranded in the desert, the last of mankind is kept safe by a large border fence ... Until the fence falls.Squid is a young orphan living under the oppressive rule of his uncle in the outskirts of the Territory. Lynn is a headstrong girl with an influential father who has spent her entire life... show more
Stranded in the desert, the last of mankind is kept safe by a large border fence ... Until the fence falls.Squid is a young orphan living under the oppressive rule of his uncle in the outskirts of the Territory. Lynn is a headstrong girl with an influential father who has spent her entire life within the walled city of Alice.When the border fence is breached, the Territory
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Format: Paperback
ISBN: 9781760300371
Publisher: Momentum
Edition language: English
Category:
Fiction
Series: The Territory (#1)
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Aprille Legacy
Aprille Legacy rated it
5.0 A Town Called Dust: The Territory 1
This was great. I love reading dystopians set in Australia, and I really liked the Aussie references in this book. Read it in a night and gave myself a headache, but it was totally worth it. Lots of room for character development (and with two more books in the series this is a good position to be i...
Coffee2words
Coffee2words rated it
3.0 A tad long-winded but interesting
A Town called Dust: The Territory 1, is a long-winded, Dystopian-esque, Young Adult, zombie adventure story that is accessible to just about any audience.Let me unpack that sentence for you. Young Adult: The protagonist, Squid is a young boy (aged 15-16) and the other primary character is Lynnette w...
There Are Inkspots On My Page!
There Are Inkspots On My Page! rated it
4.0
As an Australian, I am an absolute sucker for books set in Australia. When that book happens to be a genre I enjoy and involves zombie-like creatures, there is little that will stop me from getting my hands on it. LUCKILY there was nothing about this book to let me down. I really enjoyed the plo...
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