Outcasts (Ferryman Trilogy #3) (Hardcover)

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Outcasts (Ferryman Trilogy #3) (Hardcover)


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This is book number 3 in the Ferryman Trilogy series.

In the much-anticipated finale of the Ferryman trilogy, Dylan and Tristan’s epic love story reaches its final crossroads when they must choose to condemn innocent souls to death—or lose each other forever.

Dylan and Tristan have finally found their place in the world of the living, guarding it from any wraiths that manage to break through from the wasteland. But it seems that in escaping death, they have upset a careful balance—more and more wraiths are appearing in their world, causing destruction. The wasteland itself is changing as well, with safe houses becoming less safe and wraiths acting more human than ever. When two innocent souls are taken by the wasteland in place of Dylan and Tristan, they must choose: let others be unjustly sentenced to death, or sacrifice themselves and be separated forever. Will Dylan and Tristan risk everything for their love? Or is there another way for them to set the world right? This final book in their unforgettable story, which began with Ferryman and Trespassers, invites readers to share in the power of first love as two soulmates fight to stay together for eternity.
Claire McFall is a former English teacher. Ferryman, her debut novel, won the Scottish Children’s Book Award and was long-listed for both the Branford Boase Award and the Carnegie Medal. She is also the author of Black Cairn Point, published in the US as The Last Witness, which won the inaugural Scottish Teenage Book Prize. Claire McFall is from Scotland and now lives in Colorado.
Product Details ISBN: 9781536218473
ISBN-10: 1536218472
Publisher: Walker Books US
Publication Date: October 31st, 2023
Pages: 304
Language: English
Series: Ferryman Trilogy
The conclusion to the Ferryman Trilogy sees its protagonists realizing that there’s no cheating death. . . . features high stakes and examines ideas of accountability and making amends for wrongs.
—Kirkus Reviews