by Katy Hayes
Genre: YA Post-Apocalyptic
Release Date: June 24th 2016
Summary from Goodreads:
The truth won’t stay submerged forever
City is the last civilised place left on a drowned Earth, a
floating town built from metal and plastic from the Time Before. It’s the only
home doctor’s daughter Libby Marchmont has ever known or wanted – until her
father helps the wrong patient and she’s forced to flee.
Cosimo came to City for one reason. Then he should have vanished
back to his people on the Wastes. But what about his promise to Libby’s father?
Stranded in the middle of the sea, can the two enemies learn to
trust each other? And can they survive long enough to uncover the truth: City
isn’t the safe haven Libby always believed it to be …
Readers’ Favourite described Rising Tides as: “a compelling read [with] cool and ingenious concepts, a captivating plot [and] vivid and engaging characters”.
Kelly St. Clare at YA Books Central called Rising Tides “a gem of the YA genre.”
About the Author
Katy Haye spends as much time as possible in either her own or someone else’s imaginary worlds. She has a fearsome green tea habit, a partiality for dark chocolate brazils and a fascination with the science of storytelling.
When not lost in a good book, Katy may be found on her allotment growing veg and keeping hens in order to maximise her chances of survival in the event of a zombie apocalypse or similar catastrophe (admittedly, this would not help if the entire country flooded…).
Your survival kit is as follows:
1. An Amazon voucher for £10/$15US/$20CAN, AUS, NZ. Load up your Kindle with
books to read, while shops remain.
2. A solar charger so when the national grid fails you can still read your
3. A mirror. When you are stranded in the open sea you can signal for help by
reflecting the sun’s light. Alternatively, if you have no wish to be rescued
because you still have reading to do, flip the mirror over to depict the
slogan, “Go away I’m reading.”
4. Ribbon bookmark. If all your books have been washed away by the rising seas,
this can be rolled up and packed into the neck of a cut-open bottle and will
double-up as a water filter. Note: this will not desalinate salt water, sorry.
5. A bag to put the last of your belongings into. DO NOT LEAVE THIS BEHIND.
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