‘Maps Full of Borders’ is a delicately and wryly written fresh take on the coming-of-age novel, exploring questions of personal identity, gender and whether we are a human being or a human doing.
Fifteen-year-old Molly doesn’t understand the world around her and feels as though she doesn’t belong. By chance, she comes across an old photo album that leads to an unlikely obsession with the boy in the images – a ghost child who allows Molly to express herself more freely than ever before.
About the Author
Todd Dedman lives in Kent with his partner and their two daughters. He is a teacher, filmmaker and music obsessive.