Young Adult / Thriller / Science Fiction

A Family’s Personal Battle With Climate Change

November 27, 2013
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The climate is changing.

In Rachel Meehan‘s young adult thriller “Water’s Edge,” thousands are fleeing the chaos and social unrest.

With their own water and power supplies, 14-year-old Nairne and her family are well prepared, but most people are less fortunate.

When Nairne persuades her father, Daniel, to house some of the evacuees on their small holding in the south of Scotland she plunges the family into a world of violence, deception and murder.

With society at the breaking point, she has to grow up quickly as she discovers that the fortress Daniel built to give his children a chance has become the prize in a struggle where winning can mean the difference between life and death.

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