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Young Indiana Jones and the Tomb of Terror

Young Indiana Jones and the Tomb of Terror

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by Les Martin

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Random House Children's Books
Publication date:
Young Indiana Jones Series
Product dimensions:
5.19(w) x 7.66(h) x 0.41(d)
Age Range:
9 - 11 Years

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Guest More than 1 year ago
Young Indiana Jones and the Tomb of Terror Young Indiana Jones and the Tomb of Terror was a very good book I enjoyed it very much. This book was very adventurous, mysterious, and suspenseful. This book has a few main characters including Young Indiana Jones, also known as Indi for short, Sallah is Indies good friend he meets while being mugged. Luckily Sallah scares the man off bye threatening to tell his father. The man who brought Indi on this trip is a small man named Marcus Brody, and lastly the villain in this story, he is a German man named Von Trappen. Indi tells Marcus that he is going to find a guide in Egypt to bring him through the pyramids while Marcus is in another town looking for ancient relics. This is when Indy¿s adventure begins. After Indi gets a ride to the pyramids he meets his new acquaintance Sallah, who travels with him throughout their journey. As Indi and Sallah enter the pyramids Sallah shows Indi an ancient ring, this ring is very important in this story. Throughout this book the two boys try to catch Von Trappen, because he is a tomb thief, unfortunately they know very little about him, including he can be very tricky. That¿s all I will give away for now but if you want to find out what happens to Indi and Sallah on there long and adventurous journey be sure to read Young Indiana Jones and the Tomb of Terror.