By D.J. MacHale
Breaking the principles simply while fifteen-year-old Bobby Pendragon thinks he is familiar with his objective as a visitor -- to guard the territories of Halla from the evil Saint Dane -- he's confronted with an very unlikely selection. The population of Eelong are at risk of being burnt up by means of a mysterious plague. the single means Bobby can cease it truly is to convey the antidote from one other territory. due to the fact relocating goods among territories is forbidden by way of the vacationer principles, if Bobby chooses to avoid wasting Eelong he may possibly endanger himself, his acquaintances, and the way forward for another being in Halla.
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Kasha let go of the rope and backed away. The tang made an angry move for her, but the other cats poked it back. "Easy there, big fella," Durgen said to the tang. "Party's over. " The tang hissed at them and backed away. With a final shriek, it turned and rumbled into the bushes. " one of the cats asked Kasha. "Yes, thank you," she answered. They retreated as a group, in case the tang decided to make a counterattack. " Durgen asked Kasha. " "To make you angry," Kasha replied playfully, and gave the cat a friendly shove.
Boon nodded in thanks and gently slipped the two loops over my hands. He gently tugged the loops tight until they were snug around my wrists. My stomach twisted. "Now," he said. " Boon stepped onto the bridge, and I was happy that he didn't pull the leash tight. He waited for me to walk beside him. That was good. If he had made me walk behind him I think I would have lost it again. It was then that I noticed the band of light in the sky had moved lower on the horizon. My guess was right; this thing was like the sun.
I looked to the base of the tree and saw the small opening that I had crawled out of. It was so small compared to this monster tree that if I hadn't known it was there, I'd have missed it. Sure enough, carved in the bark just above the opening was the star symbol that marked it as a gate to the flume. Unbelievable. Now the hanging vines in the cavern below made sense. They were the root system of this immense tree. I walked along the base, running my hand across the rough bark. with all of your friends and their families, and still have room for a Keebler cookie factory.
Black Water (Pendragon series # 5) by D.J. MacHale