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Book Review: The Girl from Everywhere by Heidi Heilig

She is myth. She is history. She is gone.

THE GIRL FROM EVERYWHERE takes the concept of time travel but puts a unique and exciting spin on it. The travel occurs by means of a pirate ship and through the use of maps; not just any ordinary maps but maps found in dusty rooms long forgotten, private collections, and museums where they are sequestered for safety. Fabled maps of long lost places such as One Thousand and One Nights and historical places such as such as 1868 Honolulu. There are adventures trips to modern day New York and as far off as ancient China. Trips to the historic and the fantastic; each held me breathlessly in anticipation.

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