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Can true love transcend destiny?
Dylan should have died in a train crash. Tristan should still be a ferryman, an immortal.
Instead, they're alive.
Love freed them from the afterlife, but they defied the laws of the supernatural world. And others have followed. Now Dylan and Tristan must pay the price.
Can their love survive?
The highly anticipated sequel to the award-winning cult novel Ferryman, read by more than a million people worldwide.
'A searing and fantastic epic romance'
-- The Herald
'Forget J.K. Rowling: if you want a Scottish--based young adult writer making it big in China, then Claire McFall is your novelist. . . McFall mixes realism, romance and the gothic to impressive and moving effect. Fans new and old will be well satisfied.'
-- South China Morning Post
Praise for 'Ferryman':
'... Touching, often funny and sometimes harrowing... The 39 Steps crossed with The Lord of the Rings.'
-- The Guardian
'Ferryman was happy, sad, gripping, beautiful, heart wrenching and everything in between.'
-- Read and Repeat blog
'Good characters, great development, compelling story and lovely prose.'
-- Queen Ella Bee Reads blog
'McFall has created great characters, a romance I loved and a landscape that is fresh. Highly recommend!'
-- Reading Away the Days blog
'Ferryman is an addictive read which will tear your heart out and rip it to shreds, but carry on reading because this story needs to be told!'
-- Readraptor blog
'Ferryman is a book that will have you hooked from the very first page, hooked to every word and storming through the book, 100% addicted.'
-- The Book Addicted Girl blog
'I very quickly fell in love with Claire McFall's Ferryman... It's a beautiful story, which sinks you deeper and deeper into the characters, the world and the suspense.'
-- Idea for Today blog
'It is a thrilling read that is emotionally captivating, is intense, uplifting and ultimately tragic all at the same time... Powerful, slightly tranquil, delicate and almost needs its own genre to describe it.'
-- Daydreamers Thoughts blog