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Publisher Description

A map of skin etched in blood.

A world under threat from the Borderlands.

A young woman who must risk the shadows to save her family.



When her Grandfather is murdered under mysterious circumstances, Sienna Farren inherits his map shop in the ancient city of Bath, England. Once there, she discovers that her family is bound up with the Ministry of Maps, a mysterious agency who maintain the borders between this world and the Uncharted.


With the help of Mila Wendell, a traveller on the canals, Sienna discovers her own magical ability and a terrifying place of blood that awaits in the world beyond.


But when she discovers a truth about her past and the Borderlands begin to push through the defenses, Sienna must join the team of Mapwalkers on their mission to find the Map of Shadows – whatever the cost.


In a place written out of history, a world off the edge of the map, Sienna must risk everything to find her father … and her true path as a Mapwalker.


This dark fantasy novel is the first in the new Mapwalker series.

GENRE
Sci-Fi & Fantasy
RELEASED
2017
December 12
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
250
Pages
PUBLISHER
Curl Up Press
SELLER
The Creative Penn Limited
SIZE
715
KB

Customer Reviews

kammbiamh ,

Solid opening to a Dark Fantasy Trilogy

3.5 Stars

J.F. Penn wrote a fast-paced, dark fantasy thriller about a young woman named Sienna that belongs to a family of mapmakers and their connection to another world called the Borderlands. Map of Shadows is the first book of the trilogy and does a solid job of setting up the conflict between the people of this world and the Borderlands. Penn does an excellent job with the thriller aspect of the story but I will admit that I wanted to get to know Sienna, the protagonist a little more. It felt like she was more of a conduit to the story then being the main reason for the story. I hope to get more about her in the Map of Plagues and the third book. There is a lot of room for Sienna to grow as a mapmaker. Solid opening to this trilogy.

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