The Rivers of Zadaa

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Simon and Schuster, Apr 6, 2009 - Adventure stories - 421 pages
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The struggle for good versus evil continues as Bobby Pendragon follows the demon, Saint Dane, to the territory of Zadaa, home of the Traveller, Loor. Zadaa is on the brink of all out war and Saint Dane is ready to push things over the edge - unless Bobby can stop him. But, the rules have changed, and with the destruction of the flume on Eelong leaving two fellow Travellers trapped, can our 21st century hero find the strength to outwit an evil tyrant and bring Zadaa to a truce?

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User Review  - msb - Overstock.com

I bought this book for my son who is a Pendragon fan. Arrived quickly at a great price. Read full review

Review: The Rivers of Zadaa (Pendragon #6)

User Review  - Hpboy13 - Goodreads

1 star deducted for the awful ending of the series. But Loor is one of the best characters in this series, and the conflict on her world was very well-developed. Read full review

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About the author (2009)

D. J. MacHale was born on March 11, 1956. He received a BFA in film production from New York University. Before writing his best selling Pendragon series, he worked as a freelance writer and director for television and movies. He co-created Nickelodeon's Are You Afraid of the Dark? series, wrote several ABC After-School Specials, directed the movie Tower of Terror for ABC's Wonderful World of Disney, and co-created, wrote and produced the Showtime series Chris Cross, which won the CableAce award for Best Youth Series. He co-created, produced, wrote and directed the Discovery Kids/NBC television series Flight 29 Down, which earned him the Writers Guild of America award for Outstanding Children's Script. His other written works include The Tale of the Nightly Neighbors, East of the Sun and West of the Moon, The Monster Princess, and the Morpheus Road series.

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