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Peter Lerangis
Peter Lerangis's books have sold over 5.5 million copies and been translated into 33 languages. Titles include eight N.Y. Times bestsellers: THE COLOSSUS RISES, LOST IN BABYLON, THE TOMB OF SHADOWS, and THE CURSE OF THE KING in THE SEVEN WONDERS series; and THE SWORD THIEF, THE VIPER'S NEST,... show more

Peter Lerangis's books have sold over 5.5 million copies and been translated into 33 languages. Titles include eight N.Y. Times bestsellers: THE COLOSSUS RISES, LOST IN BABYLON, THE TOMB OF SHADOWS, and THE CURSE OF THE KING in THE SEVEN WONDERS series; and THE SWORD THIEF, THE VIPER'S NEST, one-fourth of VESPERS RISING, and THE DEAD OF NIGHT in THE 39 CLUES series. His work also includes the YA novels SOMEBODY, PLEASE TELL ME WHO I AM (written with Harry Mazer and winner of the ALA Schneider Award and a Best Fiction for Young Adults book), SMILER'S BONES (a N. Y. Public Library Best Book for Teens); the YA thriller WTF; the WATCHERS and SPY X series; and the ANTARCTICA duo. He'll gladly recite the rest of the list if you ask nicely. He's also performed on Broadway, run a marathon, rock-climbed in Yosemite during a 6.1 earthquake, and, with his wife, sprouted and grown two sons in NYC. (For a longer bio, see http://peterlerangis.com/about-peter/bio/.)
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Birth date: January 01, 1955
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EvilJester666
EvilJester666 rated it 2 years ago
So I like this novelization because it was a lot like the film and it was fast paced and atmospheric which I love, it's one my favourite films. I like the fact that Ichabod Crane is terrified of spiders because I am as well they creep me out, but I don't really understand how he can be a constable i...
Worlds Inside Books
Worlds Inside Books rated it 2 years ago
This book is a bridge between the main 39 Clues series and the new series, Cahills vs. Vespers. It contains four stories, each taking place at a different point in time, that explain key events of how the two families are linked. In the first one, we also see how the four siblings who give the names...
Senator Recommends
Senator Recommends rated it 3 years ago
"Lost in Babylon" was just as enjoyable as the first book in the series, but WOW were some elements laid on a little thick. Due to this, the book became clunky about 1/2 way through and might distract some readers from all the engaging and fun aspects still being woven through the story. Overall, a ...
Secrets of Lost Words
Secrets of Lost Words rated it 4 years ago
Read more of my reviews at Secrets of Lost Words.Rating: BThe Colossus Rises is something I came across while browsing through my local bookstore. I usually don't find books that way but this looked pretty promising. I picked this up because a) it looked like a great MG, b) it was recommended by Ric...
A Sea of Stars
A Sea of Stars rated it 4 years ago
Perhaps it was just me but I expected more from this. I was fairly excited for this and it didn't really pan out. Sure it was decent enough.
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