Where We Land

Tim Jones


A tale of desperation and betrayal on a shrinking shore in the not too distant future.

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About the book

A New Zealand Navy frigate torpedoes a boat full of refugees fleeing a drowning country and Nasimul Rahman is one of the few survivors. First he has to reach the shore alive and then he has to avoid the trigger-happy Shore Patrol, on alert to stop climate change refugees entering the country.

Donna is new to the Patrol. When word comes through that the Navy has sunk a ship full of infiltrators and survivors might be making their way ashore, it sounds like she might get to see some action.

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About the author

Tim Jones was awarded the NZSA Janet Frame Memorial Award for Literature in 2010. He has published one novel, two short story collections and four poetry collections, co-edited two poetry anthologies and writes a blog called Books in Trees. Born in Lincolnshire, England, Tim moved to Southland, New Zealand, as a two-year-old and lives now on a Wellington hill. He is a climate change activist.

I wish this story had dated.

I wish this storyline had become less relevant.

I wish the sea would stop rising.


Dimensions: 110 x 175 mm
Number of pages: 76
Binding: soft cover

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