Race to the End of the World

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Kane Miller, a division of EDC Publishing, 2017 - Cartographers - 239 pages
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The King is determined to create the first map of the world and has scoured the kingdom for boys who could become mapmakers. When Quinn is chosen for the King's training school, he's amazed - but that is nothing compared to his shock when he is selected as one of the three mapmakers and finds himself on board a ship, competing for the big prize. So begins Quinn's reluctant journey deep into the unknown, on a ship captained by a slave, with a stowaway girl on board, and a mysterious sea monster that seems to be following them. Hot on their trail are the other competitors for the King's prize, who will stop at nothing to win.

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An action-packed MG fantasy with two strong leads that really leaves you wanting more. Read full review

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About the author (2017)

A. L. Tait is an Australian author. She writes across a wide variety of subjects. The Mapmakers Chronicles is her first series of books for children and includes the titles Race to the End of the World, Prisoner of the Black Hawk, and Breath of the Dragon. She writes non-fiction for adults under the name Allison Tait. Her books include Career Mums, Credit Card Stressbusters: Slash Your Credit Card Debt in 90 Days, and Get Paid to Write: The Secrets of Freelance Writing Success. She also maintains a blog and newsletter.

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