A Tale Of Manhattan: Return Of The Sacred Scroll

A Young Indiana Jones with a splash of Percy Jackson Twelve year old Devin Reed is your average kid from Manhattan That is until he inherits a 400 year old book and amulet necklace from his recently deceased grandfather With book and amulet now in his possession, Devin discovers that he is the protector of a centuries old secret hidden in a cave deep beneath Central ParA Young Indiana Jones with a splash of Percy Jackson Twelve year old Devin Reed is your average kid from Manhattan That is until he inherits a 400 year old book and amulet necklace from his recently deceased grandfather With book and amulet now in his possession, Devin discovers that he is the protector of a centuries old secret hidden in a cave deep beneath Central Park It s there that he awakes a world he never knew existed And it s there that he learns of his quest to save a sacred scroll from destruction In the end, Devin becomes an unlikely hero as he battles evil spirits and a ruthless bloodline destined to destroy the scroll Basically, forget everything you learned in school about the purchase of Manhattan Because Devin s adventurous and magical quest will change the history of the Island forever, and along the way reacquaint you with some of this country s most famous historical figures Book One of the Devin Reed fantasy adventure series.
A Tale Of Manhattan Return Of The Sacred Scroll A Young Indiana Jones with a splash of Percy Jackson Twelve year old Devin Reed is your average kid from Manhattan That is until he inherits a year old book and amulet necklace from his recently d

  • Title: A Tale Of Manhattan: Return Of The Sacred Scroll
  • Author: Robert James Jacobi
  • ISBN: 9780991644902
  • Page: 456
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “A Tale Of Manhattan: Return Of The Sacred Scroll”

    1. Disclosure: I won this book from a First Reads giveaway.I had to be very objective in rating this book since it has been so long since I have read a middle school aged book! Devin is likely a character that pre-teen readers can relate to and the story teaches a simple passion for history and archaeology. I'm not sure that the story always flowed quite the way that it seems that it could but if you are looking for a wholesome story with a positive message for your child or childrenis is a good o [...]

    2. I won this book through First Reads giveaway. There is a lot of adventure and interesting characters to explore and get to know. It does a brain good to imagine and this book is the jackpot of exercise for the mind. If only we could have real-life adventures like this, minus the undead part of course All-in-all the book was fun to read and should be on your "next book to read" list.

    3. I really loved this book. As the description said, "part Indiana Jones and part Percy Jackson." And it is true.The descriptions are beautiful and puts you right in the middle of all the excitement. I have been to Central Park and know where the story takes you. The story also teaches you a little about history: Henry Hudson, the history of Manhattan Island and so on.This is a great book for all ages, for those that can read it themselves to those being read to. Even older people like me would lo [...]

    4. It was a really good book. It kept my interest and i enjoyed of the historical parts in it. I also liked the fights that were described that made it keep your interest. It was not a boring book at all.

    5. This was a great story. I am looking forward to "A Tale of Egypt" next. Devin Reed is a attention keeping character which made this book fun to read. I enjoyed the story from start to finish. The author has done a great job in what I hope will be the first of many devon reed adventures.

    6. I received this book through first reads.A book adults can enjoy along with children. Well researched. An adventure filled with constant action and a good mix of history and fiction. An enjoyable read. Look forward to the next book.

    7. A colleague of mine wrote this book - it's incredible exciting to hear the history of NYC through the eyes of a young boy.

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