Beyond Carousel
Beyond Carousel

Beyond Carousel

12+

Carousel

YOUNG ADULT FICTION

352 Pages, 7.75 x 5

Formats: PDF, Mobipocket, EPUB, Trade Paper

Trade Paper, $19.99 (US $19.99) (CA $23.99)

Publication Date: May 2017

ISBN 9781925164039

Rights: WOR

Fremantle Press (May 2017)

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Overview

Saving those they love will mean risking everything—and time is running out

After months of entrapment in a shopping centre, Nox, Taylor and Lizzy are desperate to uncover the secret of the Disappearance. But there is more to the new world than they ever suspected, and the danger is only just beginning. They quickly learn they are not the only survivors to roam the broken city. Saving those they love will mean risking everything—and time is running out. This is the thrilling sequel to Carousel.

Reviews

 "This is a lively and imaginative novel about consumerism, youth, art, isolation, entrapment and survival, the sort of thing that might happen if Kafka wrote a script for Big Brother.' Sydney Morning Herald 'thought-provoking and addictive' Magpies 'Ritchie has written a unique, modern tale aimed at the younger generation."--- MC Reviews

"To sum this book up in two words: Wow. What?' Belle's Beautiful Books 'A fascinating insight into the human heart and mind."-- Lamont Books

"A fascinating insight into the human heart and mind." —Lamont Books

"This is a lively and imaginative novel about consumerism, youth, art, isolation, entrapment and survival, the sort of thing that might happen if Kafka wrote a script for Big Brother." —Sydney Morning Herald

"To sum this book up in two words: Wow. What?" —Belle's Beautiful Books

"[T]hought-provoking and addictive" —Magpies 

"Ritchie has written a unique, modern tale aimed at the younger generation." —MC Reviews

Author Biography

Brendan Ritchie is a writer and filmmaker from Fremantle, WA. He tries to spend his mornings writing and the afternoons swimming, drinking coffee and reading about football. Taking a break from making films, Brendan wrote his first novel, Carousel, within a creative writing PhD at Edith Cowan University.