The Invisible Tower

The Invisible Tower

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A twelve-year-old boy learns that he is actually King Arthur brought back to life in the twenty-first century--and that the fate of the universe rests in his hands.
Publisher: New York : Harper, c2012
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780062131928
0062131923
9780062070869
006207086X
Branch Call Number: j Fiction Joh
Characteristics: 335 p. ; 22 cm

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navy_wolf_412
Aug 12, 2017

cool

green_cobra_463 Jul 13, 2014

this book is epic, lots of action, adventure, and dragons

BPLNextBestKids Apr 10, 2012

Artie loves playing Otherworld on his Xbox, but one day a message appears on the screen that does not seem to be part of the game but is directly addressed to him. As he follows the clues and directions along with his sister, Kay, he discovers his past (he is King Arthur) and both children learn to wield real swords (his is Excalibur) in order to save the world and free the wizard, Merlin, from his captivity in the Invisible Tower. This book has myth, magic and adventure as Arthur and Kay become part of Otherworld. Reviewed by BPL volunteer EE.

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