The Call (Paperback)Peadar O'Guilin (author)
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Longlisted for The CILIP Carnegie Medal 2018
A horn sounds. The Call has begun...
Nessa and her friends attend Boyle College to train for the most dangerous time of their lives - The Call.
Without warning, each one of them will wake in a terrifying land, alone and hunted, with a one-in-ten chance of returning alive.
No one believes Nessa can make it, but she's determined to prove them all wrong. And she will need every ounce of spirit and courage in order to survive ...
Publisher: David Fickling Books
Number of pages: 334
Dimensions: 178 x 126 mm
'Perfect for Game of Thrones fans' - Buzzfeed
'Dark and brutal, its power is undeniable' - Frank Cottrell-Boyce
'Fresh, fun and very, very nasty' - Juno Dawson
'Wildly imaginative and will appeal to Hunger Games fans' - Daily Mail
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