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The Navigator Eoin McNamee

The Navigator By Eoin McNamee

The Navigator by Eoin McNamee


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Summary

Time travel adventure in which a boy joins a rebel uprising against a sinister enemy - 'The Harsh' - in order to repair the fabric of time.

The Navigator Summary

The Navigator by Eoin McNamee

Time travel adventure in which a boy joins a rebel uprising against a sinister enemy - 'The Harsh' - in order to repair the fabric of time.

Owen's ordinary life is turned upside-down the day he gets involved with the Resisters and their centuries-long feud with an ancient, evil race. The Harsh, with their icy blasts and relentless onslaught, have a single aim - to turn back time and eliminate all life. Unless they are stopped, everything Owen knows will vanish as if it has never been...

But all is not as it seems in the rebel ranks. While Owen is accepted by new friends Cati and Wesley, and the eccentric Dr Diamond, others are suspicious of his motives. Could there be a Harsh spy in their midst? Where and what is the mysterious Mortmain, vital to their cause? And what was Owen's father's role in all this many years before?

As he journeys to the frozen North on a mission of destruction, Owen comes to understand his own history and to face his destiny.

About Eoin McNamee

Eoin McNamee was born in County Down, Northern Ireland. He is critically acclaimed as an adult novelist, the best known title being Resurrection Man ('one of the most outstanding pieces of Irish fiction to come along in years' Irish Times) which was also made into a film. He was awarded the Macauley Fellowship for Irish Literature in 1990. In addition to his literary novels, Eoin has written two thrillers under the pseudonym John Creed.

Additional information

GOR002107295
9780007209774
0007209770
The Navigator by Eoin McNamee
Used - Very Good
Paperback
HarperCollins Publishers
20060807
352
N/A
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