By Stephen Cole, Adam Blade
One Boy's trip to aid his village turns into a quest to avoid wasting the kingdom.
First got here the mysterious assaults. Then the ice started to crack and break free. the good ice plains are in nice threat! until aid comes fast, even the farthest reaches of the dominion aren't spared from Malvel's evil plans.
Tom needs to cease the Tartok the Ice Beast-and quickly. however the trip are not effortless. Tartok isn't the merely danger at the ice. The Beast Quest hasn't ever introduced Tom thus far north, and the frozen plains are packed with peril...
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Tartok The Ice Beast (Beast Quest, Book 5) by Stephen Cole, Adam Blade