As The World Dies, A Woman Must Choose Between Her Own Survival And That Of Humankind Raised In A Privileged Community Of Wealthy Survivalists On An Idyllic, Self Sustaining Oregon Ranch, Marlo Has Always Been Insulated The Outside World, Which The Ranchers Call The Disaster, Is A Casualty Of Ravaging Climate Change, A Troubled Landscape On The Brink Of Catastrophe For As Long As Marlo Can Remember, The Unknown That Lies Beyond The Borders Of Her Utopia Has Been A Curious Obsession But Just As She Plans Her Escape Into The Chaos Of The Real World, A Charismatic New Resident Gives Her A Compelling Reason To Stay And, Soon Enough, A Reason To Doubt And To Fear His IntentionsNow, Feeling And Trapped In A Paradise That S Become A Prison, Marlo Has A Choice Stay In The Only Home She S Ever Known Or Break Away, Taking Its Secrets Of Survival With HerSet In A Chillingly Possible, Very Near Future, Disaster S Children Is A Provocative Debut Novel About Holding On To What We Know And Letting Go Of It For The Unknown And The Unknowable
Emma Sloley began her career as an editor at Harper s BAZAAR Australia before moving to New York to become a freelance travel writer Her short fiction and creative non fiction has appeared in literary journals such as Catapult, Yemassee Journal, The Masters Review Anthology, The Tishman Review, Structo, Cleaver, JMWW, and Barren magazine.Her travel writing has been published in Travel Leisure, Conde Nast Traveler, Departures, Coastal Living, Gourmet Traveller, Virtuoso Life and New York magazine, among many others.Emma is a MacDowell fellow and has been nominated twice for a Pushcart Prize, and her debut novel, DISASTER S CHILDREN, is forthcoming from Little A Books on November 5, 2019.Born in Australia, Emma now divides her time between the US and the city of M rida, Mexico She lives with her husband, the writer Adam McCulloch.
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- 315 pages
- Disaster's Children: A Novel
- Emma Sloley
- 10 September 2017 Emma Sloley