In the Shadow of Goll (The Secrets of Droon)

In the Shadow of Goll (The Secrets of Droon)

Tony Abbott

Language: English

Pages: 112

ISBN: 0439671760

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


With nearly 2 million books in print, this Little Apple series is H-O-T, hot. The SECRET is out -- DROON is the series that kids, parents, and teachers are talking about!

It's a dangerous time in Droon. A mysterious ancient sorcerer has arrived, waking the infamous Warriors of the Skorth and wreaking havoc. He seems to be an expert in the most evil, long-ago magic, and leads Eric and his friends on a treacherous journey to the Dark Lands.

But what awaits them there? And what is the mysterious sorcerer really after? Eric hopes that it's not too late to find out -- and stop him.

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Lord Sparr grinned. He had returned. “Well, lookee here!” he said, flicking his jagged fins playfully. “I’m back!” Eric stood and turned to the new Lord Sparr. He didn’t know what to think or how to feel. The boy who had helped them for so long, the boy who had become their friend, was no more. And the boy’s older self had killed him. Without knowing why, Eric took a step toward Lord Sparr. Trembling, almost crying, his heart exploding in his chest, he spoke. “Why the Skorth?” he asked.

Lord Sparr grinned. He had returned. “Well, lookee here!” he said, flicking his jagged fins playfully. “I’m back!” Eric stood and turned to the new Lord Sparr. He didn’t know what to think or how to feel. The boy who had helped them for so long, the boy who had become their friend, was no more. And the boy’s older self had killed him. Without knowing why, Eric took a step toward Lord Sparr. Trembling, almost crying, his heart exploding in his chest, he spoke. “Why the Skorth?” he asked.

deafening roar. “What —” Keeah gasped. A shape rose up in the air over the summit of the island. It was an enormous golden creature, with giant wings flapping so quickly they couldn’t be seen. “The Golden Wasp!” cried Galen. “Sparr has found him!” Buzzing and spitting, the huge Wasp lowered to the ground next to Sparr. Holding the Coiled Viper tightly in his left hand, the sorcerer climbed up onto the Wasp’s back. Kem, restored to healthy middle-age, leaped up next to his master. A moment

“Now it says to lean forward,” said Eric. Neal did. Whooom! He shot across the attic, narrowly missing Eric’s head. Leaning to one side and then the other, he zigzagged back between towers of cartons and storage boxes. “This is amazing!” said Neal. “It’s stupendous! It’s terrific! It’s —” “Magic?” said Eric. “You got that right!” Neal slowed, tilted his head, and began spinning over the attic stairs. Eric laughed. It was magic. It was genie magic, and Neal had gotten it from the mysterious

help, and the kids were themselves again. But Ko was already at the helm of a second Skorth vessel, piloting his navy toward the Horns. “We need to get up to the top of the Horns right now,” said Julie. “Let’s fly. Neal?” “All aboard!” he said. Taking their friends’ hands, Neal and Julie flew them all quickly and unseen to the top of the giant stone heads. From there, they could clearly see the approaching royal fleet. “Everyone’s there on the Jaffa Wind,” said Keeah. “My parents and Max,

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