The Boy at the End of the World

The Boy at the End of the World

by Greg Van Eekhout

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Overview

This is what he knew:


His name was Fisher.


The world was dangerous.


And he was alone.


Fisher is the last boy on Earth - and things are not looking good for the human race. The carefully crafted survival dome where Fisher and dozens of other humans have been sleeping for millenia has been destroyed. Through a lucky accident, only Fisher survived.


The world Fisher wakes up in is a lot like ours - but it's changed, too. After the human race wiped itself out, nature took over, and wild creatures evolved into barely familiar beasts. Fisher must face them all as they set off on a journey that seems hopeless - at first. Then Fisher uncovers evidence that there may be a second survival dome far to the west. What was once a struggle for one boy's survival becomes a journey of hope.


With a broken robot and a friendly mammoth as his only companions, Fisher heads West. But something is watching them... something that wants to find the second survival dome just as badly as they do.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781599907109
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Publication date: 06/21/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 224
Lexile: 730L (what's this?)
File size: 3 MB
Age Range: 10 - 14 Years

About the Author

Greg van Eekhout's first middle grade novel was Kid vs. Squid; his adult fantasy novel based on Nordic mythology - NORSE CODE - was published by Bantam.
Pronounciation guide: "emphasis on the EEK. The HOUT part rhymes with OUT, as in, 'Hey, I'm going OUT for some guacamole.'"
GREG VAN EEKHOUT is the author of the middle-grade novel Kid vs. Squid and the adult novel Norse Code. His last name is pronounced like this: van, as in the thing you drive, eek, as in, "Eek, killer robots are stomping the rutabagas!" and hout, like "out" with an h in front of it. The emphasis is on Eek: van EEKhout.
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