The Map of WilliamMichael Thomas
The Map of William is a gripping, adventurous tale about the triumph of friendship, and the price of survival in a land with its own ancient story to tell. Western Australia, 1909. William Watson's beloved father is set on an expedition to the north-west to map water sources in the Pilbara. Invited along, fifteen-year-old William embarks on the outback journey of a lifetime. At sea and on land, William will forge lasting friendships with his fellow travellers, and transform his relationship with his father as together they face the darkness in some men's hearts - including the cruel and vengeful Sergeant Jardine. This is a classic rite-of -passage novel that follows one young man on his journey of growth and self-discovery.
Paperback / softback Trade paperback (UK) 288pp h234mm x w154mm x s20mm 390g