At the World's End

At the World's End Catherine Fisher
  • Title: At the World's End
  • Author: Catherine Fisher
  • ISBN: 9781781124710
  • Page: 418
  • Format: Paperback
  • At the World's End Catherine Fisher At the World s End Caz hasn t been outside in nine years not since a poisonous star locked the world in ice and destroyed all life No birds no beasts no nothing One small pocket of humanity survived in a department s
    Caz hasn t been outside in nine years, not since a poisonous star locked the world in ice and destroyed all life No birds, no beasts, no nothing One small pocket of humanity survived in a department store, but food is running short and tensions are running high Caz takes her chances outside, along with her friend Will, hoping against hope that they re not the last onesCaz hasn t been outside in nine years, not since a poisonous star locked the world in ice and destroyed all life No birds, no beasts, no nothing One small pocket of humanity survived in a department store, but food is running short and tensions are running high Caz takes her chances outside, along with her friend Will, hoping against hope that they re not the last ones left A punchy dystopian read particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant and dyslexic readers aged 12
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    About Catherine Fisher


    1. Catherine Fisher was born in Newport, Wales She graduated from the University of Wales with a degree in English and a fascination for myth and history She has worked in education and archaeology and as a lecturer in creative writing at the University of Glamorgan She is a Fellow of the Welsh Academy.Catherine is an acclaimed poet and novelist, regularly lecturing and giving readings to groups of all ages She leads sessions for teachers and librarians and is an experienced broadcaster and adjudicator She lives in Newport, Gwent.Catherine has won many awards and much critical acclaim for her work Her poetry has appeared in leading periodicals and anthologies and her volume Immrama won the WAC Young Writers Prize She won the Cardiff International Poetry Competition in 1990.Her first novel, The Conjuror s Game, was shortlisted for the Smarties Books prize and The Snow Walker s Son for the W.H.Smith Award Equally acclaimed is her quartet The Book of the Crow, a classic of fantasy fiction.The Oracle, the first volume in the Oracle trilogy, blends Egyptian and Greek elements of magic and adventure and was shortlisted for the Whitbread Children s Books prize The trilogy was an international bestseller and has appeared in over twenty languages The Candleman won the Welsh Books Council s Tir Na n Og Prize and Catherine was also shortlisted for the remarkable Corbenic, a modern re inventing of the Grail legend.Her futuristic novel Incarceron was published to widespread praise in 2007, winning the Mythopoeic Society of America s Children s Fiction Award and selected by The Times as its Children s Book of the Year The sequel, Sapphique, was published in September 2008.


    555 Comments


    1. Quick and easy read.

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    2. A short quick read.Cat and Will have been living in a store for the last 7 years with other survivors of the coming of the Star but life isn t great and long to see outside the store They get their wish when they are banished but after the initial delight of being free they realise there are a lot of dangers to face and will they ever get to meet others like them or are they the only one left

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    3. A very quick read A good premise and some interesting elements but lacks substance and ends abruptly Good for struggling readers teens as it has enough to hold interest but isn t very long I think I d really enjoy this if it was expanded into a longer novel.

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    4. damn this book is short but strangely it is full of content i just wish it could be longer.

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    5. A succinct introductory volume of dystopian fiction for tweens up.

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