FREE DOWNLOAD ë Jane Doe and the Cradle of All Worlds

Jane Doe and the Cradle of All Worlds

READ Jane Doe and the Cradle of All Worlds

Rst into an epic uest 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. What a great action adventure story for kids 12There is a lot of humour a little Indiana Jones and plenty of uestions within this book Jane doesn't know a lot about herself or her dad but she loves him with all her heart Everything she does is to protect him When he one day disappears she begins a spooky scary uest in to the heart of the labyrinth to find him before anyone else does Of course you can't have an adventure without sidekicksso watch out for them I have to say I LOVE Violet She is one kick ass character helping out where she canSecrets twists turns and betrayal are rife throughout this book You never know what is going to happen or who it will happen to You will love some characters and despise others I would be very surprised however if you didn't laugh out loud at some moments in this bookJane Doe and the Cradle of All Worlds is going to appeal to both boys and girls who are fans of the Narnia Chronicles Maze Runner Indiana Jones and any other actionadventure book you can think of 21 Short Plays 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. What a great action adventure story for kids 12There is a lot of humour a little Indiana Jones and plenty of uestions within this book Jane Angel of Sudden Hill doesn't know a lot about herself or her The Complete Anchoring Handbook dad but she loves him with all her heart Everything she Screams and Nightmares does is to protect him When he one Muay Thai Unleashed day Practical Boat Mechanics disappears she begins a spooky scary uest in to the heart of the labyrinth to find him before anyone else Short Cycle Selling does Of course you can't have an adventure without sidekicksso watch out for them I have to say I LOVE Violet She is one kick ass character helping out where she canSecrets twists turns and betrayal are rife throughout this book You never know what is going to happen or who it will happen to You will love some characters and Break the Bipolar Cycle despise others I would be very surprised however if you Innovate the Pixar Way didn't laugh out loud at some moments in this bookJane Doe and the Cradle of All Worlds is going to appeal to both boys and girls who are fans of the Narnia Chronicles Maze Runner Indiana Jones and any other actionadventure book you can think of

DOWNLOAD Ç THARROWEBDESIGN.CO.UK ↠ Jeremy Lachlan

Man who knows her father’s secrets A man who has an army With a pyromaniac named Violet and a trickster named 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 f. An awesome cliffhanger Action packed with a sassy heroine and a very interesting plot This reminds me very much of the His Dark Materials trilogy by Phillip Pullman This is the perfect book for middle grade readers or just older kids wanting to get into reading Transforming Students discover that this adventure is even bigger on the inside than it looks This is the blockbuster adventure the worlds have been waiting f. An awesome cliffhanger Action packed with a sassy heroine and a very interesting plot This reminds me very much of the His Dark Materials trilogy by Phillip Pullman This is the perfect book for middle grade readers or just older kids wanting to get into reading

Jeremy Lachlan ↠ 1 FREE DOWNLOAD

Step inside Don’t look back Forward is the only way Philip Pullman's Northern Lights meets  Mad Max in this unforgettable blockbuster adventure about the world between worldsWhen a fierce uake strikes the remote island of Bluehaven and her father disappears Jane Doe is thrown headfi. This is a fabulous debut YA novel by Jeremy Lachlan I'd probably put it at the upper end of middle gradeprimary or the young end of YA It's an action packed adventure story about Jane Doe who enters the mysterious manor on a uest to find her father The manor is a giant ever changing labyrinth with traps hazzards bad guys and other dangers at every turn It's a character than a place It's also what connects and supports all of the worlds So when Jane discovers it's been invaded by the evil Roth placing all worlds in danger her plans morph into something bigger This book has great characters dry humour and lots of tricky situations Jane needs to escape from It's non stop actionI don't think it crosses over that well to an adult audience but kids will probably love it And this is book 1 in the series so there's adventure to come When Movements Become Parties disappears Jane Doe is thrown headfi. This is a fabulous Gekka Mugentan, Vol. 6 debut YA novel by Jeremy Lachlan I'd probably put it at the upper end of middle gradeprimary or the young end of YA It's an action packed adventure story about Jane Doe who enters the mysterious manor on a uest to find her father The manor is a giant ever changing labyrinth with traps hazzards bad guys and other Illegal Affairs dangers at every turn It's a character than a place It's also what connects and supports all of the worlds So when Jane 21 Short Plays discovers it's been invaded by the evil Roth placing all worlds in Angel of Sudden Hill danger her plans morph into something bigger This book has great characters The Complete Anchoring Handbook dry humour and lots of tricky situations Jane needs to escape from It's non stop actionI Screams and Nightmares don't think it crosses over that well to an adult audience but kids will probably love it And this is book 1 in the series so there's adventure to come


10 thoughts on “Jane Doe and the Cradle of All Worlds

  1. says:

    This is a fabulous debut YA novel by Jeremy Lachlan I'd probably put it at the upper end of middle gradeprimary or the young end of YA It's an action packed adventure story about Jane Doe who enters the mysterious manor on a uest to find her father The manor is a giant ever changing labyrinth with traps hazzards bad guys and other dangers at every turn It's a character than a place It's also what connects and supports all of the worlds So when Jane discovers it's been invaded by the evil Roth placing all worlds in danger her plans morph into something bigger This book has great characters dry humour and lots of tricky situations Jane needs to escape from It's non stop actionI don't think it crosses over that well to an adult audience but kids will probably love it And this is book 1 in the series so there's adventure to come


  2. says:

    Jeremy Lachlan is a wonderfully imaginative and ingenious voice in Australian young adult literature Jane Doe and the Cradle of All Worlds is breathtaking and delightfully captivating until the final page The island nation of Bluehaven is a picturesue community a village permeated by earthuakes and immersed in mythology For thousands of years the residents of Bluehaven have apotheosised the remnants of the entrance to another world a decrepit monument representing adventure and heroism The entrance dormant since John and infant daughter Jane Doe arrived on the cusp of destruction the Night of All CatastrophesThe Cursed OnesFifteen year old Jane Doe and her father are undesirables contaminating the community of Bluehaven Reluctantly imprisoned within the basement of Beatrice and Bertram Hollow where Jane cares for her father incapacitated since his unexpected arrival on the island Each tremor brings accusations of an abomination Bluehaven remonstrating against John and Jane Doe until the annual Night of All Catastrophes celebration During the commotion John Doe is consumed by the labyrinthWith gallantry and tenacity Jane embarks on a adventure to recapture her father and return to Bluehaven Accompanied by whispered words from the peculiar Winifred Robin and a mysterious brass key Jane evades the vigilante community and enters the labyrinth Alone Abandoning Violet Hollow her friend and coconspirator The SidekicksJane must navigate through wintery wonderlands and arid desolate conditions as each landscape challenges courageous accomplished adventurers Hickory Dawes continues to journey through the decrepit remnants unable to escape Hickory understands the extraordinary ecosystem of the labyrinths entrances infringing upon the otherworld Jane and Hickory agree on a tentative alliance reluctantly Jane still uncertain of his intentions and authenticityViolet Hollow is an incredible heroine Although Jane has journeyed several days Violet is now sixteen years old and no longer a pyromaniac child seeking adventure When Jane disappeared Violet immersed herself within the history of the Otherworld and beneath the instruction of Winifred Robin will reunite with Jane to salvage the catacombs Bringing her friend and companion home Violet has endured the antagonism and resentment of Bluehaven as she was ostracised by her parents now residing within the library under the supervision of Winifred Her journey is miraculous and incredible heroic creating an inspirational character of determination and perseverance The Villian Dun Dun DunRoth is man withered by disease a decomposing illness throughout his decrepit world now infecting the labyrinths Roth is determined to conuer each world his artillery composing of soldiers bound in leather and enslaved humans To escape the Otherworld Roth must capture Jane and the brass keyIt's Just A Little CrushThroughout literature written for the middle grade and young adolescent audience friendships are at the forefront of the narrative The friendship was beautifully compassionate but beneath the companionship a wonderful attraction is flourishing Jane is attracted to Violet exploring unfamiliar feelings of her first infatuation A wonderfully tender and delightful inclusionAbsolutely Phenomenal Incredibly atmospheric and intricately engineered A phenomenal blend of fantastical and dystopian landscapes meticulously illustrated and beautifully cinematic


  3. says:

    I read this to my kids a couple of chapters each night over a few weeks We had a break where I went away for work and they were not best pleased In fact every time we read the moment I said ‘we’ll stop here’ the protests were loud and bitter Things I particularly loved readability I love reading aloud I have a tremendous fondness for the sound and texture of words on the tongue Reading Jane Doe aloud was a joy I kept noticing it I kept thinking gosh this is so great to read aloud what sorcery has Jeremy gotten up to to make it so beautiful on the lipsteethtongue? I NEED THIS SPELL Also I think a big part of it was how much I connected with Jane’s voice Such delicious snark The world of Bluehaven and the Manor I was right in there living and breathing the details The Manor is a wonder and a nightmare in oneViolet 100%Unravelling mystery 100%Humour I Am Here For This Much like Joss Whedon says make it tough make it dark make it grim but then for the love of sanity crack a joke paraphrased Jeremy Lachlan is so good at this Making many creepy bits palatable However there were parts that were too dark for my youngest 10 year old girl whose stomach isn’t uite a steely as her older sister’s 12 One particular part that is written with such immaculate detail I had to skip a few paragraphs to get her past the scene without inflicting nightmares I will pop it in a spoiler below so let your eyes glaze over for that bit if you don’t want anything ruinedMythology I am here for the gods and the keys and Manor being a sentient beingEvil learherheads Tinskins Roth The stakes are highTwists I need a foam neck support to recoverDemand for book 2 VERY HIGHOkay spoilers below BEWAREI said SPOILERSSeriously why are you still scrolling??Okay you asked for itSo there’s this scene where Jane and Hickory are lost in this forest where the pollen or something makes them a bit stoned for lack of a better word and they are slow to realize that the forest is carnivorous and then they spot half digested corpses in the branches and well needless to say Jeremy does a really good job describing this with exuisite detail I looked at my daughter’s face and said is this too scary? She was hiding behind her pillow She said um I don’t know Ha So desperate to be brave I said shall I just summarize this bit? Again she says um I don’t know I took it as a yes HAHappy to report no nightmares And much eagerness for Jane Doe


  4. says:

    Actual rating 45AAAAAHHHHHHHHHHH I loved this book so much omgggg It was as fun as I was hoping it would be and then some AND THE ENDING UURGHHAAAAHHH Full review to come


  5. says:

    Jane Doe and the Cradle of All Worlds is a fast paced gripping adventure story with a fantastic twist at the endThe characters are fantastic I think my Violet is well on track to be a fan favourite the weird monsters are awesome the manor comes to life in an amazing way and the villain is one of the creepiest down right terrifying bad guys out thereThis book kept me on the edge of my seat right up until the last page and now I already can't wait for the seuel


  6. says:

    What a great action adventure story for kids 12There is a lot of humour a little Indiana Jones and plenty of uestions within this book Jane doesn't know a lot about herself or her dad but she loves him with all her heart Everything she does is to protect him When he one day disappears she begins a spooky scary uest in to the heart of the labyrinth to find him before anyone else does Of course you can't have an adventure without sidekicksso watch out for them I have to say I LOVE Violet She is one kick ass character helping out where she canSecrets twists turns and betrayal are rife throughout this book You never know what is going to happen or who it will happen to You will love some characters and despise others I would be very surprised however if you didn't laugh out loud at some moments in this bookJane Doe and the Cradle of All Worlds is going to appeal to both boys and girls who are fans of the Narnia Chronicles Maze Runner Indiana Jones and any other actionadventure book you can think of


  7. says:

    This was a very good YA novel for younger readers Cool world to explore fun characters and I loved the first person narration Being a bit older than target readers age I found the main plot points a little predictable however for the younger readers I think they will love this Their imagination and amazement will get caught up in the story I feel like this could be a big seller and I hope it does as its an extremely fun read My only complaint is that the 2nd half just felt like it direction hadnt been planned like the story was made up as it was being written Highly recommend to read to your kids or to buy for younger readers


  8. says:

    An awesome cliffhanger Action packed with a sassy heroine and a very interesting plot This reminds me very much of the His Dark Materials trilogy by Phillip Pullman This is the perfect book for middle grade readers or just older kids wanting to get into reading


  9. says:

    A rip roaring breathless adventure filled with thrilling action seuences enormous world building and a terrific collection of witty and engaging characters especially its title character Almost impossible to put down It puts its foot to the pedal and barely stops for breath with genuine surprises at every turn The next installment can’t come fast enough


  10. says:

    Warning warning Middle aged lady reviewI picked this book up a few months ago and read the first section after hearing great things on social media and loved it I’d read reviews saying the book was ‘middle grade fiction’ and thought it would be fine for a primary school audience But when I saw the book nominated for the 2019 ABIA Awards for the ‘13 yrs older children’ I popped the book into my handbag and brought it home to read properly over the weekend While there were a few ‘iffy’ words ‘bloody’ and ‘damn’ etc this has to be one of my favourite #LoveOzMG novels this year Within these pages I’ve met one of my favourite characters Winifred Librarian adventurer a kick butt awesome middle aged woman YesAuthor Jeremy Lachlan has created brilliant female characters in Jane Doe and Violet I’ve not been this excited about a fantasy adventure story with a lead female character since ‘Lintang and the pirate ueen’ by Tamara Moss Bravo Who would I recommend this inter world travelling adventure story too? Committed readers from 11 years upwards Younger readers will enjoy the Indiana Jones style action the banter and interactions between Violet Hickory and Jane and the pace But with over 400 pages this is a big read And book 1 in a series Can’t believe we have to wait several months for the next book More please This would make an incredible film also