The Merchant of Death
The first in a four book saga of magic and danger. Teenager Bobby Pendragon is swept from his ordinary home life into a five year quest, which will decide the course of human existence! Bobby Pendragon is a seemingly normal teenager who is swept into an amazing five year quest, catapulted into... show more
The first in a four book saga of magic and danger. Teenager Bobby Pendragon is swept from his ordinary home life into a five year quest, which will decide the course of human existence! Bobby Pendragon is a seemingly normal teenager who is swept into an amazing five year quest, catapulted into the middle of an immense, interdimensional conflict. His success or failure will decide the course of human existence! The first of a four book epic, each featuring a new and dangerous mission as part of the overall quest, which will be revealed in the breathtaking final chapter of the series.
Publish date: February 3rd 2003
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Pages no: 224
Edition language: English
Series: Pendragon (#1)
I'm reading the series because my sister really wanted me to. Honestly, it was closer to 3.5 stars, especially towards the end, but I didn't feel like rounding up. It's not bad, just nothing special, although I've been informed it gets a lot better. I hope that's true! My main issue with it was that...
Originally read many, many years ago, as are most of the rest for the series.We all know and love the Harry Potter series, and for many of us it was the series that began our love of reading. Harry Potter was definitely the series that originally made me love reading, drifting off into fantasy-land ...
This book was a fun read. While I couldnt put it down, it...had it's faults. "The Merchant of Death" focused on a 14 year old boy named Bobby Pendragon. The novel follows his journey upon finding out he is a "Traveler" or a person who can travel to different territories, aka alternative dimensions. ...
I first read this series back in the eighth grade–two of my friends were pretty addicted to it, and I convinced one of them to lend me all his books (a decision I still regret, because to this day, I still don’t own one of them, and it’s infuriating when I try to reread them–should have just bought ...
I have to admit, this whole story was pretty good. This was highly recommended to me by a friend and YES I TRUST THAT FRIEND AND HER OPINIONS VERY MUCH. YEAH DALENA I'M TALKING ABOUT YOU LOL. Yes, I was totally satisfied. Dalena here said that this book wasn't as good as the other books in this seri...
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