Mar 132015

The second in the Osiris trilogy, and this one is a corker – there’s no need to have read the first book at all.

In a climate change ravaged world, Ramona Callejas is the only pilot – and mapmaker– of the last aeroplane in the technophobic country of Patagonia, a poor state at the southern edge of the desert that stretches across the Americas. She, and Antarctican refugee Taeo, have to travel through Cataveiro, the a crossroads city, where anything can happen, and often does, in this deeply personal story of politics and the high cost of life in this post-apocalyptic world.

  One Response to “100 word review: Cataveiro, by EJ Swift”

  1. […] came to this first-in-a-trilogy after reading its sequel Cataveiro – there isn’t much in the way of spoilers and it’s perfectly comprehensible. Osiris […]

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