The Lost Kingdom

The Lost Kingdom

Book - 2013
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On the eve of the French and Indian War, Billy Bartram and his naturalist father travel into the American wilderness in an airship--pursued by a party of French soldiers and haunted by a terrifying bear-wolf--on a quest to find the lost kingdom of the Welsh prince Madoc.
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Scholastic Press, [2013]
ISBN: 9780545274265
Characteristics: 348 pages ; 22 cm


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Aug 16, 2017

This book was full of excitement and had some crazy twists. Kept me on the edge of seat with every page turn.

Frost_Byte Mar 23, 2014

A good book. I would have to say this is Matthew J. Kirby's best book out of the three he has written.

Feb 02, 2014

Another fantastic tale by Kirby!

Jan 22, 2014

Father and son make journey to find Welsh people. Nice to have a father and son story for change. Father is part of secret society of philosophers. It's in the 1800s when North America is being settled by English and French. Fathers prejudiced towards Indians. Son learns to make his own choices. A little bit of legend thrown in and issues with trust. A good adventure although bit lengthy. (350 pages, To me a book is long when includes extra things that don't move the story along or things to make you invest further in the characters) Has some nice science throughout and some history at the end.


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