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Jane Doe and the Key of All Souls (MP3)
Released the same day as the standard print edition
Jane Doe and the Key of All Souls (MP3)
The Jane Doe Chronicles #2
Written by:
Jeremy Lachlan 
Read by:
Wendy Bos 
Unabridged MP3 CD Audio Book 
Number of CDs:
10 hours 24 minutes 
MP3 size:
452 MB 
January 20 2020 
Available Date:
January 20 2020 
Age Category:
Children (10+) 
Fiction; Children's Fiction 
Bolinda audio 
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NZD$ 34.95
NZD$ 34.95

Stranger Things meets Pullman's Northern Lights in this dark and magical fantasy adventure.

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. Problem is, 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.

'Stuffed with monsters, double-crossing and heaps of peril. Jane's a vibrant, winning heroine, full of wit and sarcasm, and Jeremy Lachlan's cinematic writing is a joy'

[On Jane Doe and the Cradle of All Worlds] 'Move over Indiana Jones. Your escapades seem trivial in comparison to Jane's.'
Kids Books Review

[On Jane Doe and the Cradle of All Worlds] 'Speeding trains? He’s got them. Forests with something unnerving about them? Those too, and so much more: a girl seeking missing kin; booby-trapped ruins; and whip tricks worthy of Indiana Jones.'
The Guardian