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Jeremy Lachlan Jeremy Lachlan i(14071237 works by)
Born: Established: Griffith, Griffith (NSW) area, Riverina - Murray area, New South Wales, ;
Gender: Male
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BiographyHistory

Jeremy Lachlan was born in Griffith, New South Wales. He completed his Honours degree in creative writing at the University of Canberra in 2004. He lives in Sydney.

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y separately published work icon Jane Doe and the Key of All Souls Richmond : Hardie Grant Egmont , 2020 17445250 2020 single work children's fiction children's fantasy adventure

'Strap in. Hold on tight. The second instalment of the award-winning Jane Doe and the Cradle of All Worlds is here!

'Jane Doe is in more danger than ever before. Her father is still imprisoned. The Manor, the hallowed world between worlds, is still dying. The villainous Roth is still searching for the mythical, all-powerful Cradle Sea. Worst of all, Jane has learned that she is the key to stopping him and saving the Otherworlds. But there is a problem, she’s stranded in the dying land of Arakaan, Roth’s home, and its people have some surprising secrets of their own. With a little help from her pyromaniac pal, Violet, and her doubtful ally, Hickory, Jane must find the courage to accept her destiny and face her darkest fears, even if it means losing everything she holds dear.

'From the desolate plains of Arakaan to the shifting halls and devious booby traps of the Manor, Jane’s Cradle quest is about to explode.There are sandstorms. There are scorpions. There are new friends and foes. And every soul in every world hangs in the balance.'

Source: Publisher's blurb.

2021 shortlisted Australian Book Industry Awards (ABIA) Australian Book of the Year for Older Children
y separately published work icon Jane Doe and the Cradle of All Worlds Richmond : Hardie Grant Egmont , 2018 14071301 2018 single work children's fiction children's fantasy adventure

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

Source: Publication summary.

2019 winner Australian Book Industry Awards (ABIA) Australian Book of the Year for Older Children
2019 longlisted Indie Awards Children's
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