Peter and the Secret of Rundoon (Peter and the Starcatchers)

Peter and the Secret of Rundoon (Peter and the Starcatchers)

Ridley Pearson, Dave Barry

Language: English

Pages: 496

ISBN: 1423123263

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

In this action-packed third installment in the Starcatchers series, Peter and Molly find themselves in the dangerous land of Rundoon, ruled by an evil king who enjoys watching his pet snake consume those who displease him. But that's just the beginning of problems facing our heroes, who once again find themselves pitted against the evil shadow-creature Lord Ombra in a struggle to save themselves, not to mention the planet. It's a wild desert adventure, with rockets, carpets, and camels all flying through the air, zooming toward an unforgettable climax...

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hundreds—of white smudge lines on the dark sea. Now can we leave? “In a minute,” said Peter, determined to bring back a good estimate of the size of the Scorpion war party. “Just a little closer.” He dropped lower, thinking that if he stayed close to the sea he would avoid detection. What he did not realize was that by reducing his altitude he was not only getting closer to the canoes, but he was also silhouetting himself against the brilliant moon. Closer he flew, closer… Look out! Peter heard

it’s straight to the bow line. And up. Quickly, George. It’s our only chance. All set?” George was about to say that no, he was not all set, but Molly wasn’t interested in his views. “On three,” she said. She took a deep breath, looked both ways, and took George’s hand. “One…two…” CHAPTER 15 HOOK’S PLAN THE EASTERN HORIZON HAD barely begun to lighten with the first pink hint of dawn when the mournful sound of the conch horn came echoing down the mountain. The Mollusks had been expecting it;

point of his razor-sharp hook into the man’s right nostril. “I don’t recall asking for your opinion,” he said. “Do you recall me asking for your opinion?” With his crossed eyes on the hook, the pirate shook his head, barely moving it so as to avoid cutting himself. “Then let’s leave the captaining to me, shall we?” said Hook, who was not certain that “captaining” was a word, but was certain that nobody would question him on this point. “Now, listen, men,” he said. “We ain’t got time to go back

notice for Mr. Starr that appeared in the Observer.” “And you have no idea who’s been doing the warning?” asked Molly. “None,” said Leonard. “Whoever they are, they’ve always kept their identities hidden. And for whatever reason, this time—even with such a dangerous amount of starstuff at stake—they didn’t warn us. We were very fortunate to get that starstuff back, thanks to you and Peter.” “And George,” said Molly. “Yes, of course, George, too,” said Leonard. “In any event, we’re quite worried

Spreads CHAPTER 7: The Secret CHAPTER 8: The Fire Goes Out CHAPTER 9: A Mysterious Gentleman CHAPTER 10: The Jackal CHAPTER 11: The Unseen Enemy CHAPTER 12: St. Norbert’s CHAPTER 13: The Pod CHAPTER 14: The Other Train CHAPTER 15: Hook’s Plan CHAPTER 16: A Liability CHAPTER 17: The Attack CHAPTER 18: Tink’s Search CHAPTER 19: Helpless CHAPTER 20: Peter’s Promise CHAPTER 21: No Time to Lose CHAPTER 22: King Zarboff the Third CHAPTER 23: The Jackal Commands CHAPTER 24: The Man in the White Robe

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