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The Ship - Antonia Honeywell

The Ship - Antonia Honeywell

Title: The Ship

Author:  Antonia Honeywell

ISBN:  9780297871491

Weight:  675 g

Lined and prepublication dated signed first edition, first printing



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The Ship by Antonia Honeywell

The Hunger Games meets The Handmaid’s Tale: a dystopian epic about love, friendship and what it means to be free.


Oxford Street burned for three weeks.  The British Museum is occupied by ragtag survivors.  The Regent’s Park camps have been bombed.  The Nazareth Act has come into force.  If you can’t produce your identity card, you don’t exist.

Lalla, sixteen, has grown up sheltered from the new reality by her visionary father, Michael Paul.  But now the chaos has reached their doorstep.  Michael has promised to save them.  His escape route is a ship big enough to save five hundred people.  But only the worthy will be chosen.

Once on board, as day follows identical day, Lalla’s unease grows.  Where are they going?  What does her father really want?

What is the price of salvation?

Peer & Press Reviews

A beautiful futuristic fable with huge power to haunt and disturb

M R Carey, author of The Girl with All the Gifts

A hugely gripping depiction of a future world, The Ship is all the more chilling for its sense of authenticity.  Honeywell has written a story that will make you question the value we place on love and freedom and what we’d be willing to sacrifice for those precious commodities ourselves.  I couldn’t put it down.

Kerry Hudson, author of Thirst

The Ship is tense, engaging and emotionally charged: I devoured this novel.

Helen Dunmore, author of The Lie

Bibliographic Info

TitleThe Ship
Book Features
Edition / printingFirst edition, first printing
Overall conditionFine / Fine (see our article on Condition Grades)
SignedOn the title page
Lined‘An hour with a book expanded understanding; an hour with the screen contracted it.’
Dated11 February 2015 [prepublication]
Book Stats
PublisherOrion Publishing Group
ImprintWeidenfeld & Nicolson
Publication date
Printed byClays Ltd, Bungay
ISBN 139780297871491
ISBN 100297871498
FormatHardcover with dust jacket
Size (h x w x d)223 x 144 x 32mm
Design Credits
Author photoChris Honeywell
Jacket designUs Now
Jacket illustrationsUs Now

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