Beyond the Wall by Tanya Landman

From Tanya Landman, author of the 2015 Carnegie Medal winner Buffalo Soldier, comes a heart-stopping tale of love, corruption and the power of choice. Blood on her lips. Blood on her tongue. Blood that is not her own. Cassia does not fear to die, but for her – for a slave who has maimed her master – there are worse things than death. Yet the mighty Roman Empire has its limits. Beyond her master’s estate, beyond the river, far to the north stands Hadrian’s Wall. And beyond the wall? Freedom. With dogs on her trail and a bounty on her head the journey seems impossible. But then Cassia meets Marcus – slick, slippery, silver-tongued – a true and perfect son of Rome. And her only hope.

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4 thoughts on “Beyond the Wall by Tanya Landman

  1. this book was unlike any that i had read before and it always kept me on the edge of my chair, i honestly couldn’t put it down! it is perfect of those who are thrill seekers.

  2. Emily-8P
    This book breathes fear and adventure from the very first page. Cassia had dared what has never been dared before…maiming her master! Cassia is on a thrilling adventure to escape and find her home tribe. Although, there is one person who maybe she shouldn’t trust he may double cross her!
    This journey is hard and will not be able to be done without perseverance and strength in your heart.
    I would highly recommend this for people who love suspense and horror at every corner.

  3. In this book I was always intrigued to read more as there was always something with lots of danger and action and some parts which made you see how the characters were getting along with each other. There was always a tone of suspense in this story that kept you on edge the whole way through. This book is perfect for readers who like action and adventure.

  4. This is a superb book which I would highly recommend for readers who want surprise and adventure. I was highly intrigued during every chapter and would certainly put this in my top reads.

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