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Forest of Lies

3.67  ·  Rating Details ·  3 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews
A teen dystopian thriller in a climate-changed world. "Grips and entices from the very first page" Phil Earle, author of HEROIC and BEING BILLY. Sea levels have risen. Whole populations are on the move and Britain has a zero immigration policy. When a massive tidal surge floods London, teenage Mark flees the destruction to stay with his cousin Ashanti in the Great West ...more
Paperback, 294 pages
Published September 6th 2013 by Xlibris Corporation
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Rubery Book Award
Jul 19, 2016 Rubery Book Award rated it really liked it
Shortlisted for the Rubery Book Award Children's and YA

This is a well written and skilfully constructed book about the near future, where London has flooded – the Thames barrier has failed - and sixteen-year-old Mark is exiled to a farm in Devon, where he discovers that the forests that have been planted across Britain conceal an unsavoury secret. It’s a good, fast paced, exciting adventure, but also covers issues of diversity, climate change, immigration, the threat of terrorism and arrogant po
Martin Willoughby
May 04, 2014 Martin Willoughby rated it it was amazing
Aimed at teenagers, but a really good read for anyone.
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