By Bryan Perro
"A shrewdpermanent selection for die-hard myth fanatics. . . . fanatics of Cornelia Funke's Inkheart trilogy will approve."--Booklist
Amos Daragon's lifestyles alterations without end the day a mermaid offers him a masks able to harnessing the energy of the wind—and appoints Amos because the new masks Wearer. His job: to discover the mask for the opposite components, earth, hearth, and water. in basic terms then will Amos be totally empowered to conflict the evil forces that threaten to ruin the stability of nature and plunge the area into darkness.
To satisfy his future, Amos needs to make his strategy to the mysterious woods of Tarkasis. yet a depraved sorcerer is terrorizing the land, looking for a cranium pendant that used to be stolen from him—a pendant that conceals a mystery weapon. what is going to Amos do whilst the pendant falls into his fingers? Will Beorf, a boy who can morph right into a endure, and Medusa, a snake-haired gorgon, grow to be buddy or foe? and may Amos grasp any of his newfound talents as masks Wearer in time to stand a powerful enemy? His chanllenges are nice . . . and they are simply beginning.
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These thieves want to leave without paying,” said the innkeeper. “They inhaled the fragrance of my soup and refuse to pay for it. ” Barthelemy recognized the Daragon family. “You came to the wrong place, my friends,” he told them. “This inn is probably the worst one in all of Bratel-la-Grande. According to our laws, this man is right; all travelers who stop at the Goat’s Head are swindled in the same way. He uses our laws to his advantage. He’s a crook and there is nothing I can do about it. I must make sure that this man is paid for the kitchen smells you enjoyed.
He seemed to be sniffing the scent of the newcomers. Amos approached the animal. He took it in his arms and noticed right away that the cat was blind. Why hadn’t this cat fallen under the spell? Amos wondered. The explanation seemed obvious: the cat’s blindness had saved it, which meant that looking at the enemy had turned the people and animals to stone. In fact, after taking a closer look, Amos realized that there wasn’t simply one enemy; there were several. The ground was covered with many strange footprints: triangular footprints, ending with three long toes, were clearly visible all around.
Forget you ever saw this twig. ” Edonf’s face contracted with pain as he took ten gold coins out of his purse. “Here is my offer for your magic stick. If you refuse this money, I’ll take your twig regardless and have your house set on fire. It’s up to you! ” Lowering his head as if in shame, Amos handed the stick to the lord. “Your will prevails,” he said. “Yet you should know that it’s with a heavy heart that I accept this money. But please, my lord, don’t forget to dance around the pot as you chant, ‘Come to a boil, my soup!
Amos Daragon #1: The Mask Wearer by Bryan Perro