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The Last Voyage of Poe Blythe by Ally Condie
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Mar 26, 2019 | ISBN 9780525426455

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A Seventeen “Best YA Novel of 2019”

“Poe makes a fierce, conflicted and interesting heroine as she slowly awakens from her downward spiral of rage…. Ally Conde offers nonstop action, a Wild West Frontier-type setting, colorful characters, a vividly drawn dystopian world  and a sinister leader.” –The Buffalo News

 “[An] intensely character-driven novel, which digs a human heart out of an apocalyptic wasteland. A precise, introspective story about the trajectory of grief.” –Booklist
“A swashbuckling steampunk mashup of Mark Twain and Philip Reeve’s Mortal Engines Quartet.” –Kirkus
“Smart and strong, [Poe] fights to protect her ship above everything else. Condie has created a well-rounded character who defies typical gender roles…. The story is well-woven and compelling.” –SLJ

Praise for Ally Condie’s Matched Trilogy:

“This futuristic fable of love and free will asks: Can there be freedom without choice? The tale of Cassia’s journey from acceptance to rebellion will draw you in and leave you wanting more.” –Cassandra Clare, New York Times-bestselling author of The Infernal Devices and The Mortal Instruments series

“A superb dystopian romance.” –The Wall Street Journal

★ “A fierce, unforgettable page-turner.” –Kirkus, starred review

★ “Condie’s enthralling and twisty dystopian plot is well served by her intriguing characters and fine writing….Cassia’s metamorphosis is gripping and satisfying.” –Publishers Weekly, starred review

★ “Condie’s prose is immediate and unadorned, with sudden pings of lush lyricism [and] reveals seeming to arrive on almost every page.” –Kirkus, starred review

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