Raven Rise (Pendragon Series #9) [NOOK Book]

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This is where it begins. The showdown for Halla. At stake is nothing less than all that ever was and all that will be.

There's only one thing missing--Bobby Pendragon.

While Bobby remains trapped on Ibara, the battle moves to his home territory: Second Earth. Mark Dimond and Courtney Chetwynde are left ...
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Raven Rise (Pendragon Series #9)

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Overview

This is where it begins. The showdown for Halla. At stake is nothing less than all that ever was and all that will be.

There's only one thing missing--Bobby Pendragon.

While Bobby remains trapped on Ibara, the battle moves to his home territory: Second Earth. Mark Dimond and Courtney Chetwynde are left on their own to defend Second Earth agsinst the forces of Saint Dane. They must face off against a charismatic cult leader who has risen to power by revealing a shattering truth to the people of Earth: They are not alone.

The Convergence has broken down the walls. The territories are on a collision course. The final phase of Saint Dane's quest to rule Halla is under way.

And Bobby Pendragon is nowhere to be found.
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The time of the final showdown has arrived. Saint Dane's quest for ultimate rule has moved to Second Earth, but Bobby Pendragon remains entrapped on Ibara, unable to join Mark Dimond and Courtney Chetwynde in what could be the planet's climactic defense. A fantasy adventure series that consistently draws rave reviews; a fine choice for reluctant readers.
Children's Literature - Kathleen Karr
With Bobby Pendragon, First Traveler of the universe of Halla, marooned on the island of Ibara, much of Book Nine revolves around his old friends Mark and Courtney. They have returned to Second Earth to find a disconcerting change: the fascistic cult of "Ravinia" has sprung up from seemingly nowhere. A little dangerous research proves its figurehead, Naymeer, is a lackey of the arch villain Saint Dane. As Saint Dane's long promised "Convergence" gets into gear, the remaining Travelers—Alder, Patrick, and Bobby himself—gather on Second Earth in a final no-holds-barred attempt to stop the movement before the future of Halla is destroyed. As MacHale points out, this is the "penultimate" book of his Pendragon series. Only one more volume, folks. How MacHale plans to sufficiently regenerate his good guys in time to save the universe in a mere 500-odd final pages should prove interesting to watch. In the meantime, Book Nine contains enough action to keep the faithful followers of the series from dwelling too long on their heroes' and heroine's blatant errors of judgment that consistently compound the chaos Saint Dane is gleefully creating. Reviewer: Kathleen Karr
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781416974956
  • Publisher: Aladdin
  • Publication date: 5/20/2008
  • Series: Pendragon Series , #9
  • Sold by: SIMON & SCHUSTER
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 560
  • Sales rank: 61,476
  • Age range: 10 - 14 Years
  • Lexile: 590L (what's this?)
  • File size: 575 KB

Meet the Author

D.J. MacHale is the author of the #1 New York Times bestselling Pendragon series and the Morpheus Road series. He has written, directed and produced many television series and movies for young people that have been seen on Nickelodeon, The Disney Channel, HBO, Showtime, PBS, Discovery Kids, and the broadcast networks. D.J. lives with his family in Southern California.
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• DENDURON •

"Ibara!"

The tunnel remained silent. The only sign of life was the hollow sound of the command as it echoed through the dark void.

"Ibara!" the tall knight cried again, louder, as if that might make a difference. He knew it wouldn't. The tunnel to infinity ignored his plea. He hadn't expected this, though he'd feared something was wrong long before the flume went deaf. It struck him the last time he'd spoken with Bobby Pendragon.

Alder, the Traveler from Denduron, stood alone in the mouth of the flume on the territory of Quillan, wondering what had happened. Why wasn't the flume working? What had his friend done? When Alder left Pendragon on Ibara, he sensed that the lead Traveler was keeping something from him. Pendragon had a plan. Pendragon always had a plan. For some reason he hadn't wanted to share it. Alder sensed it at the time, but didn't question. Now he wished he had. He knew in his heart that Bobby Pendragon had done something to prevent him from returning to Ibara. But why? Only Pendragon had that answer, and Pendragon was on Ibara. Isolated. Unreachable.

"What have you done, my friend?" Alder muttered to no one.

The knight felt as if there was only one thing he could do. Go home. That's where Pendragon would look for him when he was needed. If he was needed.

"Denduron!" Alder shouted into the tunnel. He held his breath, fearful that the flume would continue to ignore his commands and leave him stranded on an alien territory.

It didn't. The flume growled to life. The tunnel began to writhe like a monstrous snake working out the kinks after a long nap. Alder heard the comforting sound of the rocks cracking and grinding against one another. The flume still worked. It was only the route to Ibara that was closed. A pin spot of light appeared in the distance, transforming the dull gray rocks into clear crystal as it came to sweep him up for his journey home. Alder braced himself. The light grew bright. The jumble of musical notes that always accompanied a Traveler's journey grew louder. Alder felt the gentle tug of energy that would pull him in and send him on his way.

He had come to Quillan on a simple mission: to return four weapons to their original territory. They were six-foot-long metal rods. Dado killers. Bobby didn't want them on Ibara. He wanted to purge that territory of all technology from other territories. Alder got the weapons back with no problem.

If somebody asked him why he'd changed his mind at that moment, he wouldn't know how to answer. Maybe it was the instinct of a warrior. Maybe it was the fear of the unknown. Maybe it was confusion over the fact that once again things weren't happening the way he expected them to. Maybe it was all of the above. No matter. The instant before he was swept into the flume, Alder had bent down and grabbed back the four dado-killing weapons. He wanted them on Denduron. Just in case.

A moment later he was on his way.

As he traveled through the flume he gazed out of the crystal tunnel to the star field beyond. The ghostly images of Halla that had been appearing in space had become so dense it was difficult to make out any single one. Alder caught glimpses of screaming rockets, marching armies, and crumbling buildings. Enormous toothy sharks soared through a pack of vicious snarling animals that were imposed over massive, sand-swept pyramids. Alder didn't recognize or understand most of the stunning images. He was a simple knight from a small farming village. But he understood chaos. Seeing the spectacular fury of these impressions in space made him fear that in spite of their many victories, the Travelers' battle to save Halla was not over. Not even close.

They had taken a bold chance on Ibara. They knew that mingling the territories went against the laws of what was meant to be, but they saw no other way to save Ibara. Saint Dane had amassed an enormous army of dados from Quillan to attack the village of Rayne. Without the help of the Travelers, it would have been a slaughter. Ibara would have been crushed and any hope of salvaging Veelox would have been destroyed along with it. Pendragon and the Travelers chose to take a stand. There was no weapon or resource that existed on Ibara that could have stopped Saint Dane's army. For that they looked to Denduron. Alder's home.

They called it tak. It was a reddish, claylike mineral found deep underground. It was deadly. It was explosive. Pendragon, Alder, and the Traveler from Ibara, named Siry, unearthed enough of the volatile material to use as a weapon against the dados. The result was as effective as it was frightening. The army of dados was obliterated along with most of the village of Rayne. Still, the Travelers had won. Ibara was saved. Saint Dane had been turned back once again. Pendragon and the Travelers felt certain the decision to use tak was the right one, for Saint Dane's quest to control Halla had been crushed.

Yet the images in space remained. Halla was still in turmoil. Seeing the chaotic images among the stars made Alder wonder if they had done the right thing after all. Did they truly win on Ibara? If so, how steep was the price? He tried to force those dark thoughts from his head. Alder took pride in being a problem solver. Worrying didn't solve problems. He knew he had to move on and be ready to do battle if the time came again. When the time came again. It was what he did best. He turned his thoughts toward home. Denduron. It was the first territory where Pendragon and the Travelers had battled Saint Dane. It was their first victory. After the horror of the war on Ibara, he looked forward to returning to the now peaceful territory.

The sweet musical notes grew louder, warning him that he was almost home. He twisted himself upright as he flew on the warm cushion of air, ready to be deposited at the gate on Denduron. Alder smiled. He needed a rest and hoped that his duties as a Bedoowan knight would allow for a little downtime.

It was at that moment that he caught one last image floating in the sea of space. It was a fleeting image of a large group of darkskinned men holding up spears, waving them angrily. The image caught his eye because it was familiar. The men were tall and thin. Each one was as bald as the next. They wore thick leather armor that was distinctly purple. Alder recognized them. They were a primitive tribe that lived on the far side of the mountain from where his village lay on Denduron. They were a peaceful people. Seeing them waving spears, wearing armor, and chanting angrily was disturbing. What could it mean? The image was gone as quickly as he registered it, swallowed up by the vision of a silver dygo machine from Zadaa. In Alder's mind, the image of the angry armed tribe remained. He knew it wasn't a good omen.

Seconds later Alder was standing in the familiar cave that was the gate to the flume on Denduron. His teeth began to chatter. He was freezing. No big surprise. The gate on Denduron was near the peak of a snowy mountain, and Alder still wore the lightweight, tropical clothing from Ibara. He quickly dropped the dado rods and changed into the warm, leather uniform of a Bedoowan knight. It felt good to be home. At the mouth of the cave was the small sled he would ride down the snow-covered mountain to his village below. He pulled the vehicle out of the cave and onto the snow, squinting against the bright light from the three suns of Denduron. He waited a few seconds to let his eyes adjust. He filled his lungs with cold air. It felt good. Ibara was much too warm for his taste. After a few blissful seconds his eyes adjusted enough for him to make out detail.

He wished they hadn't. What he saw made his blood run cold, and it had nothing to do with the temperature. A field of untracked snow spread out before him. Jutting from the snow were several yellow spikes. They looked like gnarly, pointed rocks that were thick at the base and came to sharp points. Alder knew they weren't rocks.

"No," he gasped.

The quigs were back, lying beneath the snow, guarding the flumes. The rocky points were spikes that ran along their spines. Alder wasn't afraid of dealing with a quig-bear. He had battled them before. What terrified him was that they were there at all. Quigs existed on territories where Saint Dane was active. On Denduron the Travelers had beaten the demon, and the quigs had not been seen since.

Until then.

Alder didn't stop to wonder what it might mean. He wanted to be out of there. Without a moment more of hesitation, he picked up his sled and dashed across the snow. He picked a route that was clear of quig spines, threw the sled down, and jumped aboard. Belly down. Head first. The small sled was primitive, but fast. It was made from carved wood, with slick runners that slipped across the snow like skis. In no time he was gathering speed, heading down the steep field of snow. He risked a quick glance back to see if he had disturbed any quigs. None of them moved. It was small consolation. Why had they come back? What was happening on Denduron?

Alder negotiated the snow field expertly, flying down the mountainside while steering past towering boulders of ice. The lower he dropped, the more patchy the snow became. He was soon skirting stretches of dirt and grass. He stayed on the snow as long as possible before his runners scraped rock, forcing him to give up his ride. He sat up and dug his feet in to stop, climbed off the sled, and stood to look down the mountain toward the village below.

What he saw made him fall to his knees. He couldn't help himself. It was as if his legs had turned to rubber. Down below, on the vast grassy field that stretched between the Milago village and the seaside ruins of the Bedoowan castle, Alder saw an army of Bedoowan knights, dressed in full armor, lined up in tight formation.

Battle formation.

The Bedoowan knights were preparing for war.

The territory had changed.

"What has happened?" he gasped to nobody.

As much as he needed it, there would be no rest for the Traveler from Denduron.

He wanted Pendragon to be there. He needed Pendragon to be there. But Bobby Pendragon was still on the territory of Ibara.

Alone. Isolated

Unreachable.

Text copyright © 2008 by D. J. MacHale

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  • Posted November 14, 2008

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    Reviewed by Shyanne for TeensReadToo.com

    RAVEN RISE is a wonderful addition to the PENDRAGON series. It is just as exciting as the rest and keeps you wanting more. I had a hard time putting it down and there is no way that I will not be purchasing the next one so I can find out what happens next! <BR/><BR/>RAVEN RISE is about a Traveler named Bobby Pendragon. Now eighteen, his struggle to save Halla is harder than ever, and everything he's ever done has come down to this. He must save Halla from an extremely evil man, Saint Dane, who is trying to merge all of the worlds into one. <BR/><BR/>Saint Dane is not only trying to mix territories, which is something that Travelers are not supposed to do, but he is also trying to create the perfect group of people who will follow under him. What will he do with the "not perfect" people? He will take care of them. <BR/><BR/>Saint Dane plans on controlling all of Halla, and he will decide what he thinks is right for the people of the territories. He believes he is doing right by deciding people's destinies for them and not letting them make their own decisions. Pendragon, on the other hand, thinks that people should make the decisions of their lives on their own. <BR/><BR/>The battle is on in RAVEN RISE. The battle for Halla. The internal battle of Bobby Pendragon. The battle of the people of the territories. And the battle between Saint Dane and Pendragon. This is what it is all coming down to.

    5 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 9, 2008

    The best in the series!

    In Pendragon: Raven Rise, you will find action and adventure around every corner. Pendragon is a series of books '10 in all' and Raven Rise is the ninth one. This series of books is about a boy named Bobby Pendragon who finds out he has to save the universe from an evil demon named Saint Dane. He is not happy about this though, as it came to a surprise to him. One day his Uncle Press shows up and tells him some people need help. Turns out that is definitely an understatement. His uncle brings him to an abandoned subway station and tells him to go on the train tracks, find a door, and yell ¿Denduron.¿ This series is recommended for 12 and older. The author uses very difficult words to keep this story very interesting. He puts a lot of detail into important parts like where Bobby¿s friend Alder blows up the tak mine. The books are usually very long, but trust me, it¿s worth it. If you read the first book, then you will get into the Pendragon series really fast. Pendragon is a science fiction/ fantasy series. Bobby has to go to other worlds called ¿territories,¿ like Denduron, Zadaa, or Eelong, and he has to stop his nemesis, Saint Dane, from creating chaos on the territories. Each territory is different. Like Third Earth, for example, is the future, Second Earth is the present, and First Earth is the past. Most teens will want to read this book and series. I recommend that people ages 12 and up read this, since most kids won¿t understand some of the words. Trust me, once you start reading Pendragon, you won¿t put the book down.

    4 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 6, 2012

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    I loved this book series!!!! Even though I am only 12 years old this is the best book series that I have personally read!!!!

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted April 13, 2009

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    What could possibly happen next?

    This "penultimate" Pendragon is every bit as action-packed as its predecessors. (Like that alliteration?) Our favorite characters found themselves in all sorts of jeopardy, and the ending left me frustrated and wondering what in Halla MacHale has planned for these people we've come to know and love. I guess if his goal was to cause the reader to go bonkers itching for the next installment, he's certainly accomplished that here.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 24, 2009

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    Nice Book

    Absorbing. Can't wait for the next book in the series

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted November 28, 2008

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    best book

    this is the ninth book in the pendragon seris and one of the best of them

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 7, 2008

    First 150 pages

    I have always enjoyed the Pendragon series and by reading the first fifty pages of the ninth installment i can already tell that it is my favorite. It is a very casual read and one of the few books I can read for entertaining purposes. I greatly enjoyed the books when I was younger but after starting to read this edition to the series I feel as if I have outgrown the books. I still enjoyed the read but not as much as I used to. On a further note I highly recomend this series to any young adult hungry for action and adventure on every page. It is an easy read and and addicting from the very first page. DJ Mchale does a fantastic job describing the plot in detail and his creativity is unmatched.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 19, 2008

    cant wait for next book

    The ending was great. i cant wait to find out what happens next

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 29, 2008

    This is what I think!!

    These books are for the one that like a never ending Adventure, for the ones stuck on the cover always remember that don't judge a book by it cover. These books are great, exciting, and leave you feeling like you are on the edge. The books are FANTASTIC!!!!!!!

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 24, 2012

    LonerCn territory, stop!!!!

    Stop giving away the endings of the books. What if someone looked at your review who hadnt read the book yet. They might be disappointed at you for ruining the end for them. :(

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 6, 2011

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 29, 2011

    MacHale does it again

    In Pendragon book 9 Bobby is starting his new life on Ibara. But as Bobby starts to get comfortable on Ibara he realizes that Saint Dane is at it again, creating a new flume for him to escape in. Bobby them realizes that the trusted Tello is really Nevva Winter. Will Bobby ever redeem his spot as a Traveler or crack under pressure?

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 7, 2009

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    great book

    This book is the last of the Pendragon series..i would say this is one of the best series i have ever read..im so glad i found it and got to enjoy and experience Pendragon..

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 26, 2009

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    OMG IT IS GR8!!!!!!!!

    Pendragon: Raven Rise, by D.J. MacHale, is an action-packed, suspenseful, work of fiction. The only fault I had about it is that it wasn¿t longer! It is about a teenager named, Bobby Pendragon. In an average day, he saves all of humanity from destruction. Bobby was chosen by an unknown force, to become a traveler. A traveler¿s job is to save different territories from an evil-demon named Saint Dane. Bobby and the other ten travelers are losing, though. In the ninth book of Bobby¿s adventure, read all about Bobby¿s struggle against Saint Dane. Who knows, if bobby loses you may wake up one day and things could be very different.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 23, 2009

    Great

    Raven Rise by D.J. MacHale was a fascinating book. In Raven rise Bobby Pendragon finds out his fight to save halla is not over yet. Saint Dane has been using flighters to dig out the flume that Bobby buried on Ibara. After he finds his old friend he decides its time to find out what Saint Dane is up to. When he arrives he finds that Saint Dane has already left. So, Bobby takes off for his home on Second Earth which is in trouble. An evil dictator and the new traveler from Second Earth has taken over. He created a religion that only people who contribute greatly to society can join. Bobby joins up with a religion rebel, Alder, and of course Mark and Courtney. They have to try and stop something called the Bronx massacre.<BR/>They originally think that the massacre is when the dictator sends 20 people into a flume and banish them. After that they begin to assume that the massacre is going to happen at their protest in Yankee Stadium. This was a great book because it was exciting and left you at the edge of your seat. People who would like to read this are people who have read the first 8 books. It is a science fiction book like no other it talks about the fact that there are other dimensions we can travel too.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 4, 2008

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    Awesome and fun to read

    I liked this book almost more than any other Pendragon book made. It was so good I couldnt put it down , trust me I couldnt put it down. I recommend you to read it, b/c you wont be able to put it down either and its a long book but i wish it was longer because believe it or not D.J. MacHale left a huge Cliffhanger at the end of the book and it was so good i wish the other one was out right now but it isnt and i hate to wait for it so im now reading another book, waiting patiently(not really im about to die with out reading that next book.) So hurry up D.J., write that book faster. Oh, also D.J., that was a very good book so thank you for writing it, and if i said anything mean about you before it was a joke. I reccomend this book big time i would recomend it if it costed a $100.00 and if I hadnt read it i would 've bought it for a 100 bucks. Also, I recomend all the pendragon books so if oyu havnt read them reeeeaaaadddd them, please. So thank you again for writing such a good book to feed the peoples mind with.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 22, 2008

    A Different Level

    The morals in this story that MacHale has portrayed in this exciting story are amazing. How he delivers these morals is incredible. This is the best book in the series, and my favorite book that I have ever read. I thought about the amazing adventure stories I've read since I've been born. This one is truly the best. Now Pendragon fans can truly state, without a doubt, that this series is better than Harry Potter. This is the true coming of age fantasy-adventure book series. The ending was truly a gift to all who have followed this series from the start. And the best part about it is, there is still one more book left. I've been reading this series since a month after the release date of Pendragon 1: The Merchant of Death. I never thought that it would reach this level. MacHale has truly grown as a writer. This book proves that. I will remember this series as a classic forever.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 16, 2014

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    This book was AMAZING!!!!!!! I got it on my nook and i loved it. If you read this series you will get so wrapped up in it that you won't be able to stop reading. I am so excited to get the next book in the series, The Soldiers Of Halla. But I'm also sad that there is only 1 book left in the series. I would say this book was one of the best ones in the series. PENDRAGON IS THE BEST SERIES EVER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 11, 2013

    Oh my gosh

    This book (other than the Veloox story) is my favorite out of all these Pendragon books. Truely awesome can't wait fr pat 10!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 19, 2013

    Sant dane

    When i read raven rise i not only learned that saint dane wants to take over halla but beat bobby pendragon in the the war that thy created in book 1.

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