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The Candy Shop War: Arcade Catastrophe by Brandon Mull


Nate and his friends meet Mr. White who owns Arcadeland, a local amusement center. At Arcadeland, kids can play games and earn thousands of tickets, which are redeemable for one of four kinds of stamps jets, tanks, subs, and racecars.

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Czy słodycze szkodzą

Książka pt. „Wojna cukierkowa” to fajna powieść genialnego pisarza Brandona Mulla. Na pewno napiszemy też o innych jego książkach, w końcu tytuł bloga zobowiązuje!

Książka ma dwie części – pierwsza nosi tytuł „Wojna cukierkowa”, a druga „Wojna cukierkowa. 246 more words

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Book 8: Five Kingdoms: Rouge Knight

Five Kingdoms: Rouge Knight by Brandon Mull

In this book the group of Mira,Cole,Twitch,Jace,and Joe travel to the second kingdom, Ellowier.On the way there they meet the King’s special police called Enforcers.They battle their way through. 88 more words


Fablehaven-Grip of the Shadow Plague - Brandon Mull.

Katie here – sorry for keeping you in suspense! I’ve been on vacation and traveling. Today i’m doing Fablehaven book three from Brandon Mull. Fablehaven is wonderful with all the nice creatures and with the bad ones staying out of the yard. 194 more words

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Beyonders Review

This review is about the book A World Without Heroes, the first in the Beyonders trilogy by Brandon Mull.

My mom was the one who discovered this series for me; she gave me the book to try since she knew I’d enjoyed Fablehaven (which is a series by the same author). 266 more words


Book 6: Five Kingdoms: Sky Raiders

Five Kingdoms: Sky Raiders by Brandon Mull

Have you ever wondered what could be under a manhole cover?  After Cole’s friends get kidnapped, he accidentally finds out and ends up in the Outskirts, which is made up of five kingdoms. 51 more words


Book Review: Fablehaven Rise of the Evening Star - By Brandon Mull

Hello again! Its Katie! Today we’re going to review the second book of Fablehaven. So if you haven’t read the first yet try not to read this. 235 more words

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