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MARUPA - The Legend of the Lost Tribe
     

MARUPA - The Legend of the Lost Tribe

by Alex W. Morgan
 

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This novel is a sequel to MARUPA - The Legend of the Black Pearl which was published in 1997. In the original novel, Marupa, an accomplished warrior on the island of Shantu, falls in love with Alandra, the eldest daughter of the island's chief. Whoever marries Alandra will eventually become chief since the chief had no sons. At the far side of Shantu lies a

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This novel is a sequel to MARUPA - The Legend of the Black Pearl which was published in 1997. In the original novel, Marupa, an accomplished warrior on the island of Shantu, falls in love with Alandra, the eldest daughter of the island's chief. Whoever marries Alandra will eventually become chief since the chief had no sons. At the far side of Shantu lies a dangerous and deadly mountain called Kuja. At the very top of Kuja is the black pearl necklace that a previous chief had placed there to memorialize the death of his wife. Whoever retrieves that necklace will marry Alandra. Marupa is challenged by eleven other warriors to bring back the necklace and marry the princess Alandra. It is now years later and another legend is told about a lost tribe that lives beyond Kuja. The legend goes on to reveal that about forty islanders fled their side of the island generations ago when a deadly plague hit the island when many villagers died. Marupa's twin brothers take it upon themselves to go there and see if there actually is another tribe living there. At the same time, a ship of slave traders come to Shantu to capture all of the villagers and sell them as slaves. There is one more storyline that occurs at the same time that will be revealed in this book. Love, danger, excitement, and courage are compiled into this story.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781469196527
Publisher:
Xlibris Corporation
Publication date:
04/19/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
160 KB

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