Best Read eBook Ferrymanby Claire McFall – diclofenac16.us

Ferryman Dylan has escaped a horrific train crash unscathed.Except she hasn t.The bleak landscape around her isn t Scotland It s a wasteland haunted by wraiths searching for human souls And the stranger waiting for her isn t an ordinary boy Tristan is a Ferryman, tasked with transporting her soul safely to the afterlife, a journey he s made a thousand times before Except this time, something s different.Torn between love and destiny, Dylan realises she can t let Tristan go, nor can she stay with him Eventually, inevitably, the wraiths would capture her soul and she would be lost forever Can true love overcome the boundaries of death Ferryman is a thought provoking and truly original story of a love that refuses to be limited by death This stunning, award winning debut novel is being reissued to coincide with the publication of the eagerly anticipated sequel, Trespassers. New Download [ Ferryman ] author [ Claire McFall ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – diclofenac16.us

Best Read eBook Ferrymanby Claire McFall – diclofenac16.us
  • Paperback
  • 320 pages
  • Ferryman
  • Claire McFall
  • English
  • 16 December 2017
  • 1782504344

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  1. says:

    Dylan was travelling across Scotland to meet her father for the first time when the train she was on was involved in an accident Regaining consciousness alone and in the dark tunnel she is terrified and can t work out why there are no rescue workers on hand to help her When she finally stumbles out of the tunnel she finds herself completely alone on a Scottish hillside That is until she spots Tristan, a teenage boy who seems to be waiting for her But who is Tristan and where are all the othe Dylan was travelling across Scotland to meet her father for the first time when the train she was on was involved in an accident Regaining consciousness alone and in the dark tunnel she is terrified and can t work out why there are no rescue workers on hand to help her When she finally stumbles out of the tunnel she finds herself completely alone on a Scottish hillside That is until she spots Tristan, a teenage boy who seems to be waiting for her But who is Tristan and where are all the other passengers Why is Tristan so determined to get her to follow him and what kind of creatures could be making the terrifying noises she keeps hearing in the distance I wanted to read Ferryman from the moment I first heard about it, I was incredibly intrigued by the concept for the story and curious to see how it would play out It s hard to say too much about the story because it would be easy to give things away but I found the world that Claire McFall has created was rea...


  2. says:

    I read this book after a recommendation from a friend and I m so glad I did I don t often go in for stories with a strong romance element I m just too blokey that way but I was so caught up in the mythology and the mystery of the journey that the protagonist, Dylan goes on that I just had to read on to the end There are so many things I could say about the things I liked in the book, but they d all be massive spoilers It s really hard to categorise too Supernatural Maybe Spiritual Possi I read this book after a recommendation from a friend and I m so glad I did I don t often go in for stories with a strong romance element I m just too blokey that way but I was so caught up in the mythology and the mystery of the journey that the protagonist, Dylan goes on that I just had to read on to the end There are so man...


  3. says:

    3.5 starsFerryman is a bit of a slow burner, it took me about 6 or 7 chapters to settle into reading Dylan and Tristan s story Part of my struggle is with Dylan who I didn t really connect with At times her character comes across as old, not in the wise beyond her years butlike skipped the teenager bit More unusually for me I actually preferred Tristan.Claire McFall has created a very descriptive world for Dylan and Tristan to travel though I thought the idea for the wastelands was cle 3.5 starsFerryman is a bit of a slow burner, it took me about 6 or 7 chapters to settle into reading Dylan and Tristan s story Part of my struggle is with Dylan who I didn t really connect with At times her character comes across as old, not in the wise beyond her years butlike skipped the teenager bit More unusually for me I actually preferred Tristan.Claire McFall has creat...


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    Review originally posted on Queen Ella Bee ReadsTHE REVIEWDylan gets into this wicked awful train crash, walks off the train and thinks she s the only one to survive when really, she s the only one to have died SAY WHAT NOW I don t know if it s my morbid curiosity but the minute I read the summary of this book I KNEW I D HAVE TO READ IT.Let s break this down At first I thought I loved this book because it s a little like If I Stay with a little bit of the Greek Mythology type stuff we ve been Review originally posted on Queen Ella Bee ReadsTHE REVIEWDylan gets into this wicked awful train crash, walks off the train and thinks she s the only one to survive when really, she s the only one to have died SAY WHAT NOW I don t know if it s my morbid curiosity but the minute I read the summary of this book I KNEW I D HAVE TO READ IT.Let s break this down At first I thought I loved this book because it s a little lik...


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    Originally published on www.serendipityreviews.co.ukWhen I first heard the premise of this book it sent a tingle down my spine I knew it would be a book that I would love and I wasn t wrong The premise is original and breath taking The legendary tale of the ferryman taking you to your final destination is one that you can only dream is true I am a big believer in the after life so I honestly couldn t wait to read the book The author writes beautifully Her prose is almost poetic in nature a Originally published on www.serendipityreviews.co.ukWhen I first heard the premise of this book it sent a tingle down my spine I knew it would be a book that I would love and I wasn t wrong The premise is original and breath taking The legendary tale of the ferryman taking you to your final destination is one that you can only dream is true I am a big believer in the after life so I honestly couldn t wait to read the book The author writes beautifully Her prose is almost poetic in nature as the words flow off the page It s rich, deep and absorbing Her descriptive passages full of original metaphors and similes H...


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    Review is also on P Life, death, love which would you choose Teenage protagonist Dylan is on a train, heading north form Glasgow to finally meet the father that see hasn t seen in over a decade But the train crashes in the middle of a countryside full of hills, and when Dylan emerges from the wreckage, the only person she can find is a mysterious looking boy sitting up on a hill She will soon learn that she has actually died in that train crash, an Review is also on P Life, death, love which would you choose Teenage protagonist Dylan is on a train, heading north form Glasgow to finally meet the father that see hasn t seen in over a decade But the train crashes in the middle of a countryside full of hills, and when Dylan emerges from the wreckage, the only person she can find is a mysterious looking boy sitting up on a hill She will soon learn that she has actually died in that train crash, and that she s emerged into a wastela...


  7. says:

    Rating before reread 4.9 starsRating after reread 4.5 stars4 02 17 Reread.4 02 17 Finished with reread.


  8. says:

    When teenager Dylan pulls herself free from a train wreck and emerges onto an almost deserted Scottish hillside, she believes she is the only survivor Seeing the figure of a boy on the bank she enlists his help But Tristan is no ordinary passerby, and Dylan soon learns that instead of being the only survivor of the wreck, she is in fact the only fatality And, Tristan is no normal teenage boy he is her ferryman tasked with guiding her through the wasteland to her afterlife As the pair journ When teenager Dylan pulls herself free from a train wreck and emerges onto an almost deserted Scottish hillside, she believes she is the only survivor Seeing the figure of a boy on the bank she enlists his help But Tristan is no ordinary passerby, and Dylan soon learns that instead of being the only s...


  9. says:

    An interesting idea, well told, with a slow building romance at it s heart.I liked the concept of what s after death, how it can be different for each person, and the classic idea of a ferryman who takes you across the river to your afterli...


  10. says:

    This book deserves so muchrecognition because it was so freaking good The whole idea was so cool and unique.

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