Sarah Daniels

The Stranded

The Stranded

Summary

'A pacy, gripping read that plunges you into this near-future dystopia from the first page.'

'A real page-turner, with relatable characters and lots of twists and turns . . . if you loved Station Eleven this will be right up your street'

'This is honestly one of the best action centred books I've read in a while! Think Titanic meets The Hunger Games!.'

Welcome to the Arcadia.

Once a luxurious cruise ship, now it is home to the stranded. For forty years, they have lived, and died, on the water.

A place of extreme haves and have-nots, gangs and make-shift shelters, its people are tyrannized by a country they can see but can't get to. A country that says it doesn't want them.

Esther is a loyal citizen, working flat-out for a rare chance to live a life on land. Nik is a rebel, intent on liberating the Arcadia once and for all.

Together, they will change the future . . .

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