Bolinda Home Page

Login

Basket totals

Items:
0
Total:
NZD$ 0.00

Search Results

You searched for '16 May 2016-16 May 2019'. 4562 results were found.
To add items to your order, enter quantity and click 'add selected products to order'
Title:
The Book of Etta (MP3)
Series:
The Road to Nowhere #2
Written by:
Meg Elison 
Read by:
Adenrele Ojo 
Format:
Unabridged MP3 CD Audio Book 
Number of CDs:
Duration:
11 hours 3 minutes 
MP3 size:
461 MB 
Published:
April 28 2019 
Available Date:
April 28 2019 
Age Category:
Adult 
ISBN:
9781721377954 
Genres:
Fiction; Contemporary Science Fiction; Science Fiction 
Publisher:
Bolinda/Brilliance audio 
Qty
Format
Price
Bolinda price
NZD$ 44.95
NZD$ 44.95
 

In a devastated world, one woman undertakes a desperate journey to rescue the future.

Etta comes from Nowhere, a village of survivors of the great plague that wiped away the world that was. In the world that is, women are scarce and childbearing is dangerous ... yet desperately necessary for humankind’s future. Mothers and midwives are sacred, but Etta has a different calling. As a scavenger. Loyal to the village but living on her own terms, Etta roams the desolate territory beyond: salvaging useful relics of the ruined past and braving the threat of brutal slave traders, who are seeking women and girls to sell and subjugate. When slavers seize those she loves, Etta vows to release and avenge them. But her mission will lead her to the stronghold of the Lion – a tyrant who dominates the innocent with terror and violence. There, with no allies and few weapons besides her wits and will, she will risk both body and spirit not only to save lives but also to liberate a new world’s destiny.

'Elison continues to startle her readers with unexpected gender permutations and fascinating relationships worked out in front of a convincingly detailed landscape.'
Publishers Weekly, starred

'Elison takes a nuanced look at the physical and psychological effects of sexual assault and forces its characters and readers alike to consider how it feels to be born with a culturally taboo identity.'
Booklist