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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 a trickster named Hickory by her side, Jane is about to discover that this adventure is even bigger on the inside than it looks… 

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Comments on: "Jane Doe and the cradle of all worlds (Jane Doe Chronicles) – Jeremy Lachlan" (1)

  1. Jane Doe and the Cradle of All Worlds number one is the start of a series of books that are packed full with adventure, magic and mystery. It is about a girl called Jane, who according to the town of Bluehaven, she is cursed. They believe this as when her and her father stepped into Bluehaven a quake struck the unexpecting town folk. They had never had a quake before, and so they blamed Jane for it. Throughout the years she lived in Bluehaven, more and more quakes. Bluehaven is a town inside a crater in the ground. There is only one exit and entrance, which is a giant door to a place everyone calls the Manor. The Manor is a place between the worlds, which only lets people enter and leave when they have a purpose to do so. There are lots of characters in this book are easily lovable, although my favourite is Violet. This is because, she is an excitable person with the love to explode things and she always wants an adventure. There are many interesting, intriguing and great parts of this book, although my favourite part is when Jane is in her town going to visit the major of Bluehaven. She has to sneak through the town hiding in the shadows so that nobody sees her. This is my favourite as it is like she is playing a game of hide and seek from everyone in the small town and there weren’t any bad parts in this story, so over all it was a pretty good book. If I could change any part of the book, I would change the part where Jane said that she didn’t want to know what her real name was, as I was looking forward to finally finding what what her real name is. Since when she first arrived in Bluehaven, hr farther couldn’t speak, so that means that no one knew her real name. although I wish I could be like many of the characters in the from Jane Doe and the Cradle of all Worlds, none of them remind me of myself. I found this book brilliant and addictive in a good way and recommend that anyone who likes magical, mystery adventures.

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