The Theft of the Black Diamond

The Theft of the Black Diamond

The Theft of the Black Diamond The truth is hidden to findA breathtakingly fast paced fantasy adventure for children aged The second adventure in the world of Angela James much loved The Golden Moonbeam Mailliw s new adventure be

  • Title: The Theft of the Black Diamond
  • Author: Angela James
  • ISBN: 9781909121454
  • Page: 450
  • Format: Paperback
  • The truth is hidden to findA breathtakingly fast paced fantasy adventure for children aged 9 The second adventure in the world of Angela James much loved The Golden Moonbeam.Mailliw s new adventure begins on Halloween and when Princess Frija arrives in Feyngrey she brings terrible news the black diamond has been stolen and her country is about to go to war with theThe truth is hidden to findA breathtakingly fast paced fantasy adventure for children aged 9 The second adventure in the world of Angela James much loved The Golden Moonbeam.Mailliw s new adventure begins on Halloween and when Princess Frija arrives in Feyngrey she brings terrible news the black diamond has been stolen and her country is about to go to war with the Guardian of the Winter Mountains Mailliw and friends must save the Keeper of the Golden Lake and prove the Guardian s innocence, but how will they do it when they have to travel to Deep South, the home of the Goblins, the Vampire Cats and the ferocious Leatherback Clan What events will unfold when Mailliw begins to uncover the true power of the black diamond

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    This is the second title in 'The Amshir Legacy' series, following on from 'The Golden Moonbeam'. Our hero, Mailliw (pronounced Mayloo) begins his second adventure on Halloween. When his friend, Princess Frija, breaks her father's rule of never seeing Mailliw again, and arrives at his home in Feyngrey, she brings terrible news. The black diamond has been stolen and the princess' father, King Pomidor, has blamed the Guardian of the Winter Mountains, the very person who helped Mailliw in his golden [...]

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