Grimpow: The Invisible Road

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Delacorte Press, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 493 pages
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GRIMPOW HAD NO idea who the dead man was, but hidden in his leather bag was a treasure that would change his life forever. Ruby and
emerald encrusted daggers, silver coins, jewels, and a letter with a golden seal depicting a snake swallowing its own tail. And clutched in the man's firm grip - a stone. A stone that will shape Grimpow's destiny. For when he holds it, strange things begin to happen. Visions of places he's never been fill his mind and he's able to read the strange language in the letter, a message meant for someone else entirely.

So begins Grimpow's journey with the stone - a centuries-long journey that has driven sane men crazy, turned peaceful men violent, and made strong men powerless. No man has ever unlocked its secrets. But no boy has ever tried.

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User Review  - lyndsey - Goodreads

um. this was maybe the epitome of a mediocre fantastical novel. it had a bad ending and didn't have a developed or original plot. it seemed like a young adult fantasy version of that dan brown novel. Read full review

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User Review  - Dawn - Goodreads

on audiobook - didn't continue listening after 3 cd's Read full review

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About the author (2007)

As a teenager, Rafael Ábalos was an avid reader of adventure stories. A lawyer for many years, he discovered by accident that he loved to write these stories as well. His first book for young readers, Grimpow: The Invisible Road, will be published around the world in 27 countries. He lives and writes in southern Spain.

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