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Terra Nova

In the sequel to Dominion, Shane Arbuthnott explores a girl's search for social justice and asks whether her rebellion is a lost cause.

Shane Arbuthnott

What if Molly's rebellion is only making things worse?

The city of Terra Nova was founded on a lie: that the spirits who cross over from the spirit world are evil and must be captured for the safety of humanity. But Molly Stout and her family have learned that the spirits are thinking, feeling beings, enslaved to enrich the wealthy, especially the spirit-harvesting company Haviland Industries and its founder, Charles Arkwright.

With the help of her family and the spirits Ariel and Legerdemain, Molly has been fighting to free the spirits. But Terra Nova runs on spiritual machinery, and for each factory they shut down, another takes its place. As Haviland Industries and the authorities of Terra Nova tighten their nets around Molly, she begins to question whether she is really making any difference or if her rebellion puts people and spirits at risk. (From Orca Books)

Terra Nova is available in March 2018.

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