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The world is drowning.

Freak storms and devastating hurricanes sweep across the countryside. No one has enough food or firewood—electricity is an option only for the tyrannical Commander—and then the Commander begins stealing young children away. Pup's little brother is one of the missing.

Determined to save his brother, Pup confronts the Commander and finds himself “volunteered” for a special force. One that will slip through the barriers of time into a land where the sun never sets . . . just as another boy from Kinvara did long ago. With the future of both realms at stake, the fairies and humans must take drastic measures to stop the destruction. But not everyone wants the human race to survive. . . .

The thrilling conclusion to the story that began in the acclaimed The New Policeman.

Published: HarperCollins on Aug 24, 2010
ISBN: 9780062021014
List price: $10.99
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Global warming has turned Ireland into a stormy wasteland, where soldiers roam and the populace is slowly starving. But Tir na nOg is just around the corner. With luck and hard work, perhaps some people can be saved from the catastrophe.I could have done without the very final twist, but otherwise this is a worthy conclusion to the series that began with The New Policeman.read more
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Global warming has turned Ireland into a stormy wasteland, where soldiers roam and the populace is slowly starving. But Tir na nOg is just around the corner. With luck and hard work, perhaps some people can be saved from the catastrophe.I could have done without the very final twist, but otherwise this is a worthy conclusion to the series that began with The New Policeman.
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