Curse of the Spider King Hardback
The Berinfell Prophecies Series - Book One
by Christopher Hopper; Wayne Thomas Batson;
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Curse of the Spider King
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Parents, teachers, and librarians will no longer have to push kids to read ? The Berinfell Prophesies will engage intermediate readers and leave them clamoring for more.
The Seven succeeding Elven Lords of Allyra were dead, lost in the Siege of Berinfell as babes. At least that?s what everyone thought until tremors from a distant world known as Earth, revealed strange signs that Elven blood lived among its peoples. With a glimmer of hope in their hearts, sentinels are sent to see if the signs are true. But theirs is not a lone errand. The ruling warlord of Allyra, the Spider King, has sent his own scouts to hunt down the Seven and finish the job they failed to complete many ages ago.
Now 13-year-olds on the brink of the Age of Reckoning when their Elven gifts will be manifest, discover the unthinkable truth that their adoptive families are not their only kin. With mysterious Sentinels revealing breathtaking secrets of the past, and dark strangers haunting their every move, will the young Elf Lords find the way back to the home of their birth? Worlds and races collide as the forces of good and evil battle.
Will anyone escape the Curse of the Spider King?
Curse of the Spider King by Christopher Hopper; Wayne Thomas Batson was published by Thomas Nelson in December 2009 and is our 794th best seller. The ISBN for Curse of the Spider King is 9781400315055.
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Details for Curse of the Spider King
|Page last updated||7th March 2017|
|Author / Artist||Christopher Hopper; Wayne Thomas Batson|
|Publisher||Thomas Nelson (December 2009)|
|Number of Pages||372|