A World Without Heroes

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Aladdin, Mar 15, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 464 pages
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Jason Walker has often wished his life could be a bit less predictable--until a routine day at the zoo ends with Jason suddenly transporting from the hippo tank to a place unlike anything he's ever seen. In the past, the people of Lyrian welcmoed visitors from the Beyond, but attitudes have changed since the wizard emperor Maldor rose to power. The brave resistors who opposed the emperor have been bought off or broken, leaving a realm where fear and suspicion prevail.

In his search for a way home, Jason meets Rachel, who was also mysteriously drawn to Lyrian from our world. With the help of a few scattered rebels, Jason and Rachel become entangled in a quest to piece together the word of power that can destroy the emperor, and learn that their best hope to find a way home will be to save this world without heroes.

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Brandon Mull is a great writer. - Goodreads
The plot was entertaining, but it was predictable. - Goodreads
In plot, I'd give it three stars. - Goodreads
A Sample of the Writing: " My people are right. - Goodreads

Review: A World Without Heroes (Beyonders #1)

User Review  - Despair Speaking - Goodreads

I'm actually glad I decided to get my own copy of Beyonders just a few months ago. Because if I got this earlier, I probably would've gone insane wondering what will happen next. Since I'm a late fan ... Read full review

Review: A World Without Heroes (Beyonders #1)

User Review  - Dylan Halverson - Goodreads

The book starts out on Earth. Jason is a regular kid with a regular life. While working at the zoo he magically gets swallowed by a Hippo and is transported to a whole new world. This world is in ... Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Brandon Mull is the author of the New York Times, USA TODAY, and Wall Street Journal bestselling Beyonders and Fablehaven series. He resides in Utah, in a happy little valley near the mouth of a canyon with his wife and four children. Brandonís greatest regret is that he has but one life to give for Gondor.

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