The Island at the End of the World

A Novel

Author Sam Taylor
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On sale Aug 25, 2009 | 224 Pages | 978-0-14-311625-7
A chilling post-apocalyptic tale of how far a father will go to protect his children?from the author of The Amnesiac

In a world nearly destroyed by catastrophic floods, one family has been spared. Many years ago, as the waters rose, a father and his three children took to their ark and drifted to the safety of a small island. Life there is a quiet idyll of music and farming?and young Alice, Finn, and Daisy are grateful for their salvation?until the day a stranger swims ashore. A terrifyingly plausible adventure story, The Island at the End of the World is a mesmerizing novel from an exciting new writer.
© Kathy Taylor
Sam Taylor was born in 1970 and is the former pop culture correspondent for the Observer.  He is the author of The Republic of Trees, The Island at the End of the World, and The Amnesiac, which both garnered rave reviews and critical acclaim. He lives in France with his young family. View titles by Sam Taylor

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A chilling post-apocalyptic tale of how far a father will go to protect his children?from the author of The Amnesiac

In a world nearly destroyed by catastrophic floods, one family has been spared. Many years ago, as the waters rose, a father and his three children took to their ark and drifted to the safety of a small island. Life there is a quiet idyll of music and farming?and young Alice, Finn, and Daisy are grateful for their salvation?until the day a stranger swims ashore. A terrifyingly plausible adventure story, The Island at the End of the World is a mesmerizing novel from an exciting new writer.

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© Kathy Taylor
Sam Taylor was born in 1970 and is the former pop culture correspondent for the Observer.  He is the author of The Republic of Trees, The Island at the End of the World, and The Amnesiac, which both garnered rave reviews and critical acclaim. He lives in France with his young family. View titles by Sam Taylor

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