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The Battle for Atlantis

The Battle for Atlantis

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by Mark Terry
     
 
When 12-year-old Peter Namaka nearly drowns while riding his boogie-board off Maui, he is rescued by a girl who can breathe underwater. She takes Peter to her undersea city of Kam’Loa, where Peter is tested to see if he is a Summoner—a child of one of the Polynesian gods, able to summon at least one species of sea animal. To everyone’s amazement,

Overview

When 12-year-old Peter Namaka nearly drowns while riding his boogie-board off Maui, he is rescued by a girl who can breathe underwater. She takes Peter to her undersea city of Kam’Loa, where Peter is tested to see if he is a Summoner—a child of one of the Polynesian gods, able to summon at least one species of sea animal. To everyone’s amazement, Peter isn’t just a Summoner, he is The Summoner, the Heir of Ar’Tur. A famous prophecy suggests that the Heir of Ar’tur might be able to restore Atlantis, which is now divided into 49 separate and warring states. Teaming up with Gwen, merman Lance, and his buddy Bobby, Peter will take his magical sword and encounter gods, demigods and monsters as he discover his own powers and faces Prince Mordred in a battle for Kam’Loa.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940013994218
Publisher:
OROX Books
Publication date:
01/13/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
568,317
File size:
470 KB
Age Range:
9 - 12 Years

Meet the Author

Mark Terry is the bestselling and award-winning author of 15 books, including MONSTER SEEKER and THE FORTRESS OF DIAMONDS. He lives in Michigan with his wife, two sons, and chocolate Lab named Frodo. He likes to run, bike, lift weights and holds a black belt in Sanchin-Ryu karate. He teaches karate, where he is training his own midget ninja army intent on world domination.

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