Arax, el ladrón de almas (Buscafieras Especial, Libro 3) by Adam Blade

By Adam Blade


El malvado Malvel ha robado l. a. armadura mágica y los angeles ha esparcido en pedazos a lo largo del Reino de Avantia. Cada parte de l. a. armadura está custodiada por una bad Fiera. Arax, el Ladrón de almas, le ha robado el alma al brujo Aduro, y ha dejado el reino a los angeles merced del diabólico brujo Malvel. Para salvar a Aduro, Tom tiene que seguir a Arax hasta su cueva, pero los angeles malvada Fiera también quiere quedarse con el alma de Tom.

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Adam Blade nació en Hastings, Gran Bretaña. Fascinado desde muy joven por las historias de caballeros así como por los animales mitológicos, éstos se han convertido en los temas fundamentales de su obra.

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She held up the wolf mask and the Santa hat. ” asked Ivy. ” “No, we’re going to go to the Youth Center and spy on Girl Power 4-Ever camp,” said Bean. She put the wolf mask over her face and handed the Santa hat and beard to Ivy. ” Ivy put on the Santa hat. Hunks of beard fell off in her mouth. ” “Nah,” said Bean. “We’re going to be really quiet. ” asked Ivy, pulling Santa hair out of her mouth. “Just to be on the safe side,” said Bean. indd 40 4/27/12 4:14 PM Wolf eyes are not in the same place as people eyes, Bean realized.

But unfortunately, neither Ivy nor Bean had a tent handy. Where could they get one? For a few minutes, they were stumped. indd 31 4/27/12 4:13 PM her great idea. ” she said and jumped to her feet. ” She began to run toward her house. indd 32 4/27/12 4:13 PM Bean didn’t think that was very exciting. But, as she found out when Ivy came back, the new curtains were not the exciting part. The exciting part was the old curtains. Ivy had fished them out of the garbage, four long white pieces of cloth, perfect for tent-making.

Or Camp Neanderthal,” said Ivy dreamily. ” Bean had never heard of Neanderthals, so Ivy explained that they were long-gone cave people who were maybe short and stumpy, but definitely brave. indd 30 4/27/12 4:13 PM the head, they were so brave. Bean had to agree: Neanderthals were pretty cool. They were just as cool as flaming arrows. How could they choose between them? “Eenie-meenie,” Ivy suggested. So they eenie-meenied, and when flaming arrows won, Ivy didn’t even mind very much, because Camp Flaming Arrow was such a great name.

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