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    The Island at the End of Everything

    £6.99
    Ami lives on Culion, where some of the inhabitants - including her mother - have leprosy. She loves her home - but then islanders untouched by sickness are forced to leave. Desperate to return, Ami finds a strange and fragile hope in a colony of butterflies. Can they lead her home before it's too late?
    ISBN: 9781910002766
    AuthorKiran Millwood Hargrave
    Pub Date04/05/2017
    BindingPaperback
    Pages256
    Availability: In Stock

    From the author of the bestselling THE GIRL OF INK & STARS
    comes a moving, enthralling and heartbreaking tale of finding
    your way home - shortlisted for the Costa Book Award and the BluePeter
    Book Award.

    'The Island at the End of Everything
    is such a fiercely kind and generous book, and so finely-wrought
    and so full of light ... brilliant.' KATHERINE RUNDELL

    '...
    a beautiful, haunting tale of leprosy, lepidoptery
    and loyalty.' FRANCES HARDINGE

    Amihan lives
    on Culion Island, where some of the inhabitants - including her
    mother - have leprosy. Ami loves her home - with its blue seas
    and lush forests, Culion is all she has ever known. But the arrival
    of malicious government official Mr Zamora changes her world
    forever: islanders untouched by sickness are forced to leave. Banished
    across the sea, she's desperate to return, and finds a strange
    and fragile hope in a colony of butterflies. Can they lead her
    home before it's too late?

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    From the author of the bestselling THE GIRL OF INK & STARS
    comes a moving, enthralling and heartbreaking tale of finding
    your way home - shortlisted for the Costa Book Award and the BluePeter
    Book Award.

    'The Island at the End of Everything
    is such a fiercely kind and generous book, and so finely-wrought
    and so full of light ... brilliant.' KATHERINE RUNDELL

    '...
    a beautiful, haunting tale of leprosy, lepidoptery
    and loyalty.' FRANCES HARDINGE

    Amihan lives
    on Culion Island, where some of the inhabitants - including her
    mother - have leprosy. Ami loves her home - with its blue seas
    and lush forests, Culion is all she has ever known. But the arrival
    of malicious government official Mr Zamora changes her world
    forever: islanders untouched by sickness are forced to leave. Banished
    across the sea, she's desperate to return, and finds a strange
    and fragile hope in a colony of butterflies. Can they lead her
    home before it's too late?

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