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Carrivan And Beyond

eBook (PDF), 421 Pages
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The second book of the science fantasy adventure series… And the saga continues… Old man Alexander's telling of the Beginning had become a yearly event and the story was always the same. But not this year. A young Jonathan Morgan listens on as Carrivan's secrets are unveiled. The truth about Noah's fate emerges, as does the devastating aftermath. '... Those yet to come, I salute you...' was the last entry in Alexander's diary. But the meaning of that line didn't come to light until thirty-five years later... Jonathan's son Kai, his peers Elijah, Till, Veelat and Sashka’s last names were all they had inherited off their intrepid ancestors. So investigating an unusual sighting seems like a simple enough task for them. But the return of the same abomination that haunted Alexander's final day turns it into a monumental struggle. Their endurance, wits and inner strength are pushed beyond all limits when they end up on an incredible journey that sends them to... More > present-day London…< Less
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Product Details

Edition
First Edition
Publisher
Helena Kerr
Published
October 1, 2011
Language
English
Pages
421
File Format
PDF
File Size
1.52 MB

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# of Devices Unlimited
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Printable? Yes
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