The Thirteenth Skull: Alfred Kropp 3

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A&C Black, Jul 1, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 304 pages
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There are some things deep within the belly of the earth that should never be disturbed. Which is exactly why Alfred wants to stay at home. When a vision foretells a cataclysmic battle between the "Sons of Light" and the "Sons of Darkness", Alfred is called into action. Whoever finds the fabled 13th skull of Merlin, will have in his hands the power to usher in a new Dark Age ... and the Apocalypse. And so the race is on to find the skull, which rests at the bottom of an abyss called Krubera - a place so terrifying it nearly drove Alfred's mentor, Op-Nine, insane...

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User Review  - Soccerman01 - LibraryThing

One of the coolest books i've read. Although i read it rather quickly (probably from not being able to stop) its sure on my favorites list. Yancey tells the story with action, suspense, and humor. A great read if you've read "The 5th Wave" (another great book). Read full review

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User Review  - BrynDahlquis - LibraryThing

Started out pretty strong and exciting, but the more it went on, the more it was revealed that really it was just Alfred wandering around trying to figure out what's going on, and it ends up that not ... Read full review

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Rick Yancey is the author of two other Alfred Kropp adventures, plus several books for adults. He is also a produced playwright and former theatre critic. He lives in Gainsville, Florida with his wife and three sons.

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