Genesis (PB)

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In Genesis, the much-anticipated sequel to the critically acclaimed Oasis, Quincy Emerson finds herself captured, brutalised and returned once more to captivity, this time as a serious security risk. In her way stand the walls of the Colosseum, a maximum-security prison pitched on the brink of anarchy, governed by an underworld of shifting alliances and violent betrayals. Escape, they say, is impossible. But there’s a storm brewing in the city, and Quincy has nothing left to lose… Praise for Oasis, the prequel to Genesis’This futuristic sci-fi echoes Margaret Atwood and yet was written by a 16-year-old from Galway. Expect great things from this young, brilliant writer.’ Image’A high-paced page-turner Eilis is an intellectual powerhouse.’ Irish Mail on Sunday’An assured dystopian debut. On the promise of this page-turning debut, the sequel will be worth waiting for.’ Sunday Business Post’Eilis is dazzlingly bright and articulate.’ Irish Examiner’Our newest literary star.’ Irish Independent

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In Genesis, the much-anticipated sequel to the critically acclaimed Oasis, Quincy Emerson finds herself captured, brutalised and returned once more to captivity, this time as a serious security risk. In her way stand the walls of the Colosseum, a maximum-security prison pitched on the brink of anarchy, governed by an underworld of shifting alliances and violent betrayals. Escape, they say, is impossible. But there’s a storm brewing in the city, and Quincy has nothing left to lose… Praise for Oasis, the prequel to Genesis’This futuristic sci-fi echoes Margaret Atwood and yet was written by a 16-year-old from Galway. Expect great things from this young, brilliant writer.’ Image’A high-paced page-turner Eilis is an intellectual powerhouse.’ Irish Mail on Sunday’An assured dystopian debut. On the promise of this page-turning debut, the sequel will be worth waiting for.’ Sunday Business Post’Eilis is dazzlingly bright and articulate.’ Irish Examiner’Our newest literary star.’ Irish Independent

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Weight 0.406 kg