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Publisher's Summary

The second adult novel from the internationally best-selling author Melissa Marr.

Chloe knew she shouldn’t have gone into the bar last night. Now, in addition to a pounding headache and weak limbs, she’s got the guilt of five years sobriety down the drain. When she wakes, she’s not in the world she knows. She’s in The Wasteland, a world populated by monsters and unfamiliar landscapes, in the company of people just like her, pulled to the Wasteland out of time and place, for reasons no one knows or understands. Once there, though, their mission is clear: Keep the peace, protect each other, and try not to die, because sometimes, after six days of death, you might not wake up.

©2013 Melissa Marr (P)2013 HarperCollins Publishers Limited

Critic Reviews

"No one builds worlds like Melissa Marr." (Charlaine Harris)
"A deliciously creepy tale that is as skilfully wrought as it is spellbindingly imagined." (Kelley Armstrong, New York Tomes best-selling author of the Women of the Otherworld series)

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  • 09-28-14

Narrator awful, don't listen !!

What would have made The Arrivals better?

Different narrator who knows the proper pronunctiation of words!

What was one of the most memorable moments of The Arrivals?

Story was unusual for Melissa Marr, I could identify with the key characters

Who might you have cast as narrator instead of Matt Burns?

Anyone, he should not be allowed to narrate anymore books

You didn’t love this book--but did it have any redeeming qualities?

Melissa Marr's storytelling (not quite ruined by Matt Burns' narration)