Heir Apparent

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Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2002 - Juvenile Fiction - 315 pages
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In Heir Apparent there are as many ways to win as there are to get killed.
Giannine can testify to how many ways there are to die--it's about all she's been able to do since she started playing. Now all she has to do is get the magic ring, find the stolen treasure, answer the dwarf's dumb riddles, come up with a poem for the head-chopping statue, cope with the army of ghosts, outmaneuver her half brothers, and defeat the man-eating dragon.
If she can do all of that, why, she just might save her own life!
 

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Contents

CHAPTER THREE
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CHAPTER
EIGHT
CHAPTER
ELEVEN
CHAPTER THIRTEEN
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CHAPTER SIXTEEN
CHAPTER EIGHTEEN
CHAPTER TWENTY
CHAPTER TWENTYONE
CHAPTER TWENTYFIVE
CHAPTER TWENTYEIGHT
CHAPTER THIRTYONE
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Vivian Vande Velde (born 1951, Rochester, New York) is an American author who writes books primarily aimed at children and young adults. She currently resides in Rochester, New York. Her novels and short story collections usually contain elements of horror, fantasy, and humor. Her book Never Trust a Dead Man (1999) received the 2000 Edgar Award for Best Young Adult Novel.

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