Away by Teri Hall
(The Line, Book 2)

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After crossing the Line, Rachel finds herself in a world where survival is never guaranteed - a world where bizarre creatures roam the woods and people have strange abilities. Everything has gone to ruin Away and the survivors have banded into warring clans. Rachel finds her father being held prisoner by a tribe of Others, and she and her new friends set out to rescue him. But when they cross back over the Line, Rachel and Pathik make a foolish decision, bringing them into further danger that can only be resolved with an unthinkable sacrifice.

An adventure filled with life-and-death choices, dark conspiracies, and heart-poundingly suspenseful moments, this sequel delivers.


About Teri Hall

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Teri Hall ( lives in Washington State.
Published September 15, 2011 by Dial. 240 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Young Adult, Action & Adventure, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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15th, 2011 ISBN: 978-0-8037-3502-6 Page count: 240pp ...

Jul 15 2011 | Read Full Review of Away (The Line, Book 2)

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She last performed at the Metropolitan Opera in 1998, as Susanna in “Le Nozze di Figaro.” And her last major concert here was at Carnegie Hall in 2005, a program of little-known Baroque arias presented in conjunction with her Decca recording titled “Opera Proibita.” Ms.

Mar 04 2009 | Read Full Review of Away (The Line, Book 2)

Open Letters Monthly

Something similar (what Franzen refers to throughout this book as the ‘analog’) happens when reading Farther Away, starting of course with that discreet little sub-title ‘essays’ when most of these things are nothing of the sort, just some recent squibs and reviews-for-money slapped in between tw...

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Open Book Society

For seventeen years, Eloise Hart had no idea the world of Faery even existed.

Mar 01 2012 | Read Full Review of Away (The Line, Book 2)

Salt Lake Tribune

Thirtysomething conductor Andrew Grams, returning to Abravanel Hall after well-received outings in 2009 and 2011, leads the orchestra in three ballet suites.

Mar 08 2013 | Read Full Review of Away (The Line, Book 2)

Arts Fuse

Doug’s new band gathers for its first rehearsal, and one by one the instruments join in a spirited rendition of “Bo Diddley.” As the song gets going, Chase cuts to television footage of Diddley’s own rendition of the song, and for a moment, Bo and the kids in the basement perform as one.

Jan 10 2013 | Read Full Review of Away (The Line, Book 2)

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Vollmann guest edits The Best American Travel Writing 2012 (Mariner Books, $14.95), a befittingly sundry collection including essays on Victorian adventurers and the Tijuana Sports Hall of Fame.

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Star News Online

(Director Smith throws in some local humor, inserting a couple of references to poke fun at embattled New Hanover County Commissioner Brian Berger.) Still, if the main strength of the show is its material, its secondary strength is its cast, which is led, as it should be, by Troy Rudeseal as King...

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