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The Cradle of All Worlds (#1 Jane Doe Chronicles)
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Jeremy Lachlan
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The Cradle of All Worlds (#1 Jane Doe Chronicles)

Jeremy Lachlan


9781760501815

Hardie Grant Books


Fantasy » Parallel Worlds;
Fantasy » Questing;
Horror » Thriller;
Young Adult » Young Adult Fantasy;
Young Adult » Young Adult Horror


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432 pages

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Step inside. Don't look back. Forward is the only way. His Dark Materials meets Mad Max in this unforgettable blockbuster adventure about the world between worlds.

When a fierce quake strikes the remote island of Bluehaven, and her father disappears, Jane Doe is thrown headfirst into an epic quest to bring him home.

But this ain't no ordinary rescue mission. Her father is lost in a place between worlds; a dangerous labyrinth of shifting rooms, infernal booby traps and secret gateways. And Jane has to find him fast, because someone else is searching for him, too. A man who knows her father's secrets. A man who has an army.

With a pyromaniac named Violet and the enigmatic Hickory by her side, Jane is about to discover that this adventure is even bigger on the inside than it looks...

This is the blockbuster adventure the worlds have been waiting for.

By:   Jeremy Lachlan
Imprint:   Hardie Grant Books
Country of Publication:   Australia
Volume:   1
Dimensions:   Height: 208mm,  Width: 148mm, 
ISBN:   9781760501815
ISBN 10:   1760501816
Series:   The Jane Doe Chronicles
Pages:   432
Publication Date:   August 2018
Recommended Age:   From 11 to 99 years
Audience:   Children/juvenile ,  English as a second language
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Born and raised in Griffith, country New South Wales, Jeremy Lachlan completed his Honours degree in creative writing at the University of Canberra in 2004. Since then, he has won no writing prizes of any kind, but he did once take home $100 in a karaoke competition. He's super proud of this. He now calls Sydney home, is slightly obsessed with dogs, and often wonders why we can't whistle and smile at the same time.

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