Shalott: The Final Journey

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Random House Australia, Sep 28, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 272 pages
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Zapped back in time to the dying days of Camelot, five teenagers risk everything to save a child who can change the future. When Guinevere summons Callie back to Camelot, Callie becomes trapped in time while her companions face Mordred on the bloody battlefield of Camlann. Callie's future depends on saving Ana, but death waits in the darkness for them all unless Callie can first save herself.

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Felicity Pullman obviously loves history. Her earlier novel for young children, Ghost Boy, was about early settlement in Sydney and concerned the quarantine station in Manly. In this new novel she ... Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Felicity Pulman's first novel for Random House Australia, Shalott, won the Society of Women Writers Award - Young Adult in 2001. Return to Shalott and Shalott: The Final Journey continued the story of five Australian teenagers zapped into the intrigue of King Arthur's court at Camelot. Felicity has also published Ghost Boy, a time slip adventure for younger readers about the Sydney Quarantine Station, and the Janna Mysteries series, set in medieval England. Felicity lives in Sydney.

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