The Second Siege

The Second Siege

Book - 2008
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A fast-paced, genre-blending adventure--now in paperback!

The Tapestry series continues to weave threads of fantasy, mythology, science fiction, and mystery into a wholly original adventure that appeals to fans of everything from Harry Potter to Lord of the Rings to The X-Men. Genre-blending and fully illustrated, The Tapestry novels have caught the attention of middle-grade and young adult readers alike--and the series is only getting bigger.

In this second book of the series, grave forces are converging to seize control of the Book of Thoth, a hidden artifact whose pages hold the key to creating--or unraveling--the very threads of existence. Max McDaniels and David Menlo embark on a quest to protect the book from the demon Astaroth, who would exploit its secrets with dire consequence. And with Astaroth free after centuries of imprisonment, the world outside Rowan's gates has already become hostile.

Far from home, cut off behind enemy lines, Max and his allies must journey across Europe, descend into the fabled Frankfurt Workshop, brave the tangled corners of the Black Forest . . . and cross beyond the veils of our very world.

"After devouring this title, young fans will be clamoring for more." --Kirkus Reviews

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Publisher: New York : Random House Children's Books, c2008.
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9780375838972
037583897X
9780375938962
0375938966
9780375838965
0375838961
Branch Call Number: j F NEFF H
Characteristics: 482 pages : illustrations, map ; 22 cm.

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Doctor_10101
Jan 22, 2014

Gaaaahh! They don't have the third or FOURTH books! I want to read the Maelstrom so badly. What happens next?!

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unicornchick
Jun 22, 2012

One of the best books that I have read and I would recomend it to anyone

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KathleenZ
Mar 28, 2012

My main protest is that, in this book and the next, leaves you wishing that the minor characters appeared a lot more.

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dragonrider97l
Aug 05, 2010

this ia an awsome book

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Mohammed_ thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 9 and 15

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