Aurora: Exodus 3

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Pan Macmillan UK, Aug 1, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 256 pages
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A novel of extraordinary imaginative vision and emotional power - Aurora is the eagerly anticipated conclusion to the critically acclaimed, bestselling Exodus and Zenith.

Much of Earth is underwater - in the high mountains at the top of the world Lily survives with her mother and her people... but she feels trapped. Elsewhere, beneath the exclusive sky-cities that tower above the waves, Fox has been waiting too. But when Fox and Lily meet on a virtual plane, they realize the time has come to act. The world must be made whole again, even if it means losing each other!

The third and final installment in the brilliantly imagined, hugely romantic and poetically told trilogy set in a frighteningly realistic future.

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About the author (2011)

After an early career as a teacher and freelance feature writer for major Scottish newspapers, Julie Bertagna has quickly established a reputation as an author of powerful and original fiction for young people. Exodus, the launch title for Young Picador and her first novel for Macmillan, was shortlisted for the Whitbread Children's Book of the Year Award and won the Lancashire Children's Book of the Year Award and the Angus Award. The Opposite of Chocolate was shortlisted for the Book Trust Teenage Prize 2004. Julie lives in Glasgow with her husband and daughter.

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