City of the Lost (Bionicle Legends Series)
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City of the Lost (Bionicle Legends Series)

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by Greg Farshtey
     
 

A new world awaits -- complete with new dangers, new foes, and new allies. The legend continues . . .

The Toa enter an underwater world in which six new villains hold sway. Can the Toa navigate their way past the rocky shoals of this environment and complete their mission? Or are they doomed to a watery grave?

Overview


A new world awaits -- complete with new dangers, new foes, and new allies. The legend continues . . .

The Toa enter an underwater world in which six new villains hold sway. Can the Toa navigate their way past the rocky shoals of this environment and complete their mission? Or are they doomed to a watery grave?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780439890335
Publisher:
Scholastic, Inc.
Publication date:
02/01/2007
Series:
Bionicle Legends Series , #6
Pages:
128
Product dimensions:
5.34(w) x 7.62(h) x 0.32(d)
Age Range:
8 - 12 Years

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Meet the Author


Greg Farshtey is the author of over 40 novels and graphic novels, as well as the long-running BIONICLE(R) series and the animated BIONICLE: The Legend Reborn film. He has worked as a journalist, copywriter, and designer and is currently employed as Editorial Director for the LEGO Club. When he is not writing, Greg is usually playing with his baby daughter. He lives in Connecticut.

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City of the Lost (Bionicle Legends Series) 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book is a vary good book for Bionicle fans all around. It tells the tale of beings called Matoran and how they struggle to stay alive in a horible place known as the Pit. But can these Matoran survie even when the dark shaddows of the Barraki watching over them? This book has enough fun to keep fans reading it over and over again.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Of all the Bionicle books that I have read, although there have been a few better, this was one of the best. But beyond all doubt is the fact that this is the most unique book in the series. It features a world that is very different. The story follows that of a race of biomechanical beings whom lived on a large island. After a large earthquake, the island sinks to the bottom of the ocean. Now they are trapped underwater, unable to come back to the surface because of how far down their city sank. The only way they stay alive is by re-building thier city inside giant air bubbles on rocks coming up from the sea floor. Obviously living underwater is hard enough without having to worry about ocean predators and other dangers, but the residents of the city have to learn to cope with those as well. And to make matters worse, a group of unknown entities was attacking the city from a dark part of the sea known as 'the black water'. After hundreds to thousands of years beneath the waves, two villagers stumble upon a mysterious mask. They come to find it has powers beyond their understanding. Now it's up to them to protect the mask and their city as it is assulted yet again by their unknown enemies from the black water who finally reveal themselves as Barraki... ancient warlords who have been mutated into fish-like beings that control armies of water creatures. Whether they succeed in keeping the mask and their city safe or whether they fall to the Barraki is for you all to find out after reading the book. I would recommend this to anyone who liked a good story filled with surprise, mystery, and a good solid plot. And for those who already follow the Bionicle series this is a must-read.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I got this book yesterday and loved it. A quote: 'Takadox, tell me, If I were you and you were me, What would you do about that infernal Jailer instead of killing him?' Takadox thought deepily and finnaly said 'Probaly bite of his arms and legs and leave the rest of his body to Takea Sharks.' Pridak then smiled and stalked away, unaware of an armored being watching him.