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D.J. MacHale. Pendragon: The Pilgrims of Rayne
Simon & Schuster $19.99  ISBN 978-1-4169-1416-7  547 pg.
Reviewed by Melissa, Age 14

ďThis battle isnít our entire future,Ē I finally said. ďThis isnít the end. Itís only a moment in time. No matter what happens, there will always be a future. Itís up to us to make it a better one. I believe we can do that. Never, ever give up hope, because thatís exactly what they want. No matter how this battle turns out, if we continue to believe there is hope for a better future, we will have won.Ē

Bobby Pendragon is traveling through time and space once again, in Book Eight: The Pilgrims of Rayne. He is only a teenager and the responsibility for the safety of all existence is on his shoulders. In order to keep Ďall existenceí safe he must stop the evil demon Saint Dane, from destroying it. Stopping him and catching him are two completely different ball games. Bobby has to travel through utterly different dimensions, in order to try and find Saint Dane. In this book, Bobby finds himself on a tropical island with sandy beaches and clear waters. It sounds like the perfect vacation Ö that is until the destructive turning point for the dimension is discovered.

To say this novel is breathtaking is an understatement. It is truly magnificent and I enjoyed every moment of the story. This book is full of several different twists and turns in the plot. It is put together very well, and kept me turning pages for hours. I thought that this novel was amazing, and magical. I would recommend this book for people twelve years and older.

I give this book five thrilling stars. I LOVE PENDRAGON!


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