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Number of Pages: 192
Vendor: Living Ink
Publication Date: 2007
Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)
Availability: In Stock
Series: Matterhorn the Brave
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MIKE HAMEL'S MATTERHORN, THE BRAVE
DRAGONS, DANGER, AND INSPIRATION
Matterhorn the Brave is an exciting new juvenile fiction series about four young children who are recruited to keep an eye on the portals of earth that connect all realms of space and time.
After rescuing Jewel from a heretic named Etham, the Travelers chase him to China. They wind up in the lair of Yu, the dragon, and are forced into an uneasy partnership with the beast. They will protect Yu during the upcoming dragon hunt in exchange for her help in finding Etham.
Etham's trail leads to the royal court, where the heretics are already weaving their web around the thirteen-year-old boy destined to become Emperor of China. Zheng wants the dragon mound for his memorial; the heretics want it for another base from which to carry out their conquest of Earth.
Kyl and Elok arrive to help the Travelers, but one of them soon disappears and the other is killed. The same dire fate threatens Matterhorn and his friends. Only a daring deception and quirky court jester give them any chance of survival.
Dragon's Lair is book five in the Matterhorn the Brave series.
Learn more at www.MatterhornTheBrave.com
MIKE HAMEL is a seasoned storyteller who has honed his skills by telling tales to his four children. He is the author of several books and magazine articles. Mike and his wife, Susan, live in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Their children are now fully grown, and their two grandchildren will soon be old enough for stories of their own.