The Gate of Days

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Scholastic Inc., 2009 - Juvenile Fiction - 249 pages
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Thanks to the mysterious stone statue that allows him to travel through time, Sam Faulkner now knows where his father is--a dungeon in Transylvania--and even when his father is--the late fifteenth century. To rescue him, Sam must find the seven coins that will allow him to travel there as well. So he sets off on a desperate journey through the ages, visiting ancient Greece, prehistory, Pompeii--even Chicago in 1932, where he meets his seven-year old grandfather! But when Sam finally reaches his father, he finds him sick, dying, raving... andwith plans for the stone statue beyond his wildest dreams.Booklist said of The Book of Time, "Readers willbe scrambling for the second novel in this plannedtrilogy." The Gate of Days keeps up the pace andkicks up the stakes for an adventure that's worththe rush.
 

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THE GATE OF DAYS: The Book of Time II

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

In The Book of Days (2007), readers met Sam Faulkner, a troubled teen who followed in his father's footsteps as a time traveler. This second installment in the series tracks Sam and his cousin Lily as ... Read full review

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well.....its an iteresting book.n yeah! its second part of "book of time".its full of adventure,kinda scientific n has a lot in this book!!which'll give u craving 4 the 3rd part in which sam is gonna look out 4 his mom!!

Contents

I
1
II
8
III
16
IV
25
V
38
VI
47
VII
56
VIII
65
XIV
132
XV
141
XVI
154
XVII
166
XVIII
180
XIX
190
XX
204
XXI
213

IX
74
X
88
XI
97
XII
109
XIII
121
XXII
221
XXIII
230
XXIV
240
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About the author (2009)

Guillaume Pr vost's The Book of Time was chosen as a Fall 2007 Book Sense Pick, and this sequel was named to the Winter 2008 09 Kids' Indie Next List. He lives near Versailles, France.

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