ABOUT THIS BOOK
PUBLICATION DATE: March 21, 2019
By Claire McFall
Tristan and Dylan have escaped death and conquered destiny. Finally, there is nothing to stop them from being together. But every action has a consequence, and their escape to the real world has caused an imbalance in the afterlife. It’s owed two souls — and it wants them back. When the world of the dead claims Dylan’s parents to restore the balance, Dylan and Tristan are offered a terrible bargain: stay together and condemn innocent souls to death, or return to the wasteland to take their place and face separation. Forever. With no place left for them in the world of the living or the dead, will Dylan and Tristan make a heartrending sacrifice? The stunning final instalment of Dylan and Tristan’s epic love story, Outcasts is the much-anticipated follow-up to the award-winning Ferryman, and heart-pounding sequel Trespassers. With more than two million copies sold worldwide, Ferryman is a cult sensation in China, staying in the top 10 bestseller chart for three years before securing a Hollywood movie deal in early 2018. Language rights to the Ferryman trilogy have been sold in 14 territories.
Claire McFall is a Scottish writer and former English teacher now living in sunny Colorado. Her first book, FERRYMAN is a love story which retells the ancient Greek myth of Charon, the ferryman of Hades who transported souls to the underworld. The novel won the 2013 Scottish Children’s Book Awards and was long-listed for the UKLA (UK Literary Association) Book Awards, as well as being nominated for the Carnegie Medal. TRESPASSERS (2017) and OUTCASTS (2019) complete the series. Her second novel, BOMBMAKER, was released by Templar Publishing in February 2014 and deals with terrorism and survival. BLACK CAIRN POINT, released in the UK by Hot Key Books, won the inaugural Scottish Teenage Book Prize and is a paranormal thriller. It was released in the US by Source Fire Books as THE LAST WITNESS in January 2020. Claire has been published in more than fifteen languages and her novels have sold more than three million copies worldwide.