Dustland

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Dustland

Dustland Their psychic power brought them to Dustland together But will that same power tear them apart Using their psychic abilities Justice the Watcher Dorian the healer Thomas the magician and Levi

  • Title: Dustland
  • Author: Virginia Hamilton
  • ISBN: 9781453244968
  • Page: 246
  • Format: ebook
  • Their psychic power brought them to Dustland together But will that same power tear them apart Using their psychic abilities, Justice, the Watcher, Dorian, the healer, Thomas, the magician, and Levi, the sufferer, have formed their unit Together, they mind travel to a strange future world called Dustland Together, they can survive anything But when tensions run high beTheir psychic power brought them to Dustland together But will that same power tear them apart Using their psychic abilities, Justice, the Watcher, Dorian, the healer, Thomas, the magician, and Levi, the sufferer, have formed their unit Together, they mind travel to a strange future world called Dustland Together, they can survive anything But when tensions run high between Thomas and Justice, will Thomas leave them stranded in this desolate land With the future of their unit uncertain, the children are threatened by an even greater danger Mal, the evil entity that controls Dustland Will the unit be restored in time to fight against this new threat Dustland is the second book of Virginia Hamilton s dystopian fantasy series, the Justice Trilogy, comprised of Justice and Her Brothers, Dustland, and The Gathering This ebook features an illustrated biography of Virginia Hamilton including rare photos from the author s estate.

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    One thought on “Dustland

    1. Kristina on said:

      The only excuse I have for actually liking this when I first read it was that I was a child and it was probably the first sci-fi-ish type of book (series) that I've ever read. This second book in the series, along with the last one, is simply weird. There is no plot that I can discern and really no reason to read this again. Basically, the four children (Justice, Thomas, Levi, and Dorian) link together to form some kind of psychic interstellar, intertime Star Trek-y group called The Unit. They h [...]

    2. Kirsten on said:

      This is the sequel to Justice and Her Brothers, and the second book in the Justice trilogy. It was something of a disappointment; it felt like it took the entire book for the action to start, and the whole thing struck me as too purposefully vague. I'm hoping the third book is more worthwhile, because there was a lot of interesting stuff here that just didn't get picked up. Definitely a disappointment from Hamilton, who's normally so excellent.

    3. Evan Smith on said:

      I love this book and would recommend this to others because I would like to see people with a need for adventure and more.

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