By Kirsty Logan
Paperback, 293 pages
2015, Crown Publishers
Expected Publication Date: May 2015
I received this book for free from LibraryThing in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
From the back of the book: As a gracekeeper, Callanish administers shoreside burials, laying the dead to their final resting place deep in the depths of the ocean. Alone on her island, she has exiled herself to a life of tending watery graves as penance for a long-ago mistake that still haunts her. Meanwhile, North works as a circus performer with the Excalibur, a floating troupe of acrobats, clowns, dancers and trainers who sail from one archipelago to the next, entertaining in exchange for sustenance. In a world divided between those inhabiting the mainland (“landlockers”) and those who float on the sea (“damplings”), loneliness has become a way of life for North and Callanish, until a sudden storm offshore brings change to both their lives – offering them a new understanding of the world they live in and the consequences of the past while restoring hope in an unexpected future.
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