Sky RaiderseBook - 2014
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"Lots of fun fast paced adventure with silly jokes." - Beth at Minneapolis Central
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This intriguing book by the amazing Brandon Mull follows a sixth-grade boy through a portal into another world called The Outskirts. What new adventures await him in this strange, dream-like place? Can he find his friends before something terrible happens to them? Will he ever find a way to go home and stay there? So many questions, and so many pages filled with action and juicy description! ;)
Cole Randolph was just trying to have a fun time with his friends on Halloween (and maybe get to know Jenna Hunt a little better). But when a spooky haunted house turns out to be a portal to something much creepier, Cole finds himself on an adventure on a whole different level.
After Cole sees his friends whisked away to some mysterious place underneath the haunted house, he dives in after them—and ends up in The Outskirts.
The Outskirts are made up of five kingdoms that lie between wakefulness and dreaming, reality and imagination, life and death. It’s an in-between place. Some people are born there. Some find their way there from our world, or from other worlds.
And once you come to the Outskirts, it’s very hard to leave.
With the magic of the Outskirts starting to unravel, it’s up to Cole and an unusual girl named Mira to rescue his friends, set things right in the Outskirts, and hopefully find his way back home…before his existence is forgotten.
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