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Arc of a Scythe Trilogy

by Neal Shusterman (author) (UK edition)

Suitable for 13 - 18 years

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Fancy a job as the Grim Reaper? In a future without war or sickness, the scythes decide who lives or dies. Citra and Rowan live in a world with no disease, war and crime. Perfect! There’s nothing left to die of. That leaves just one teensy problem: people. Too many people! Which is where the scythes come in. State-appointed assassins, they randomly kill – or ‘glean’ – their victims to keep the population down. So, would you ever want a job like that? The trouble is, you don’t pick this job. It chooses you. And unless you’re the best there is, you’ll get gleaned too…

  • The complete box set of Neal Shusterman’s acclaimed trilogy
  • Superbly dark, disturbing stuff for fans of The Hunger Games
  • Chilling dystopian fantasy by a Printz Honor award winner
  • Thought-provoking message about the price of a perfect world
  • By the New York Times bestselling author of the Unwind series

This box set contains the whole Arc of a Scythe trilogy: Scythe, The Toll and Thunderhead.

“Elegant and elegiac, brooding but imbued with gallows humor, Shusterman’s dark tale thrusts realistic, likeable teens into a surreal situation and raises deep philosophic questions. A thoughtful and thrilling story of life, death, and meaning.” Kirkus

  • Please note this book contains mature language and content more appropriate for older readers.

Product Details

Catalogue number

920 in EU Teen November 2019


Paperback, Slip Case




Walker Books Ltd

Date published

August 1st, 2019



UK edition


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