The second book in Sarah Govett’s ‘The Territory’ series, ‘The Territory: Escape’ is so close it’s almost cruel…
It’s 2059 and Noa has passed the exam, but her best friend from childhood, Jack, hasn’t. He’s being shipped off to the Wetlands and Noa is determined to rescue him, even though she has no idea how.
THE TENSION. Gimme.
Jennifer is OBSESSED with the first book in the series and we totally don’t blame her.
— a page of Jenniely (@JennieLy) September 12, 2016
LOOK WHAT JUST CAME IN THE POST ITS SO PRETTY!!😍 Honestly now though this is one of my favourite series of all time by one of my favourite authors- she is fab!!! And guys…. IM MENTIONED IN THE BACKKKKK! Oh AND I PICKED THE COVER! So basically book goals. Go read it. #book #bookstagram #books #bookshelf #bookworm #booktube #booktuber #bookaholic #bookaholic #youngadult #youtube #yalovin #sarahgovett #theterritory #fireflypress
Book pushing. We can get behind that.
— catrad (@catrad) September 9, 2016
Bob on Goodreads was full of praise for Noa:
“Noa is such an incredible heroine – so human and relatable – a welcome change from the almost super-powered girls of most other YA series I’ve read!”
Study breaks = books
Goodreads reviewer Jenn loved watching the characters in pain…
“It was different from the first but in a good way, Noa and Raf leave the Territory and try to survive in the wetlands. I loved the detail that went into each aspect of their survival. It was believable, they didn’t just waltz in easily. They struggled, and I LOVED it.”
Tabbing books is just addictive…
— Lloyd Davies (@YCANTiUSEMYNAM3) September 11, 2016
You’re totally dying to get your hands on now, right? Grab yourself a copy.
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