Peril in the Palace

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Tyndale House Publishers, Inc., Mar 27, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 128 pages
28 Reviews
The place? China in 1271. The quest? The golden tablet of Kublai Khan. The problem? Just about everything!
The Imagination Station adventures continue as cousins Patrick and Beth are kidnapped by Mongol warriors. Only the friendship of fellow traveler Marco Polo saves them from harm. They are brought to the Mongol palace, where the Kublai Khan dislikes both their gifts and their message about Christianity. The tension grows when the Mongol magicians challenge the cousins to a spiritual power showdown. As war breaks out, Beth and Patrick are locked in a secret room to prevent their escape.
How do the cousins get the golden tablet they need to save Mr. Whittaker’s friend Albert? How do they escape the city and find the Imagination Station? Enter the perilous palace and find out!
 

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Review: Adventures in Odyssey The Imagination Station ® #3: Peril in the Palace

User Review  - Leeann - Christianbook.com

I love this series. The earlier books, however, I don't like as much as the later books. This book was about China and Marco Polo. In the later books, you learn more about the historical characters ... Read full review

Review: Adventures in Odyssey The Imagination Station ® #3: Peril in the Palace

User Review  - Amy C - Christianbook.com

Peril in the Palace takes Beth and Patrick to China where they meet Marco Polo. Not our favorite Imagination Station book but it was a fun adventure and we look forward to continue to read the series. 4 stars. Read full review

Contents

Prologue
1
The Mongols
7
The Imagination Station
13
The Horses
17
The Cooking Fire
24
Marco Polo
34
The First Gift
40
The Palace
48
The Floating Pitcher
68
The Chicken
73
The Mongol Messenger
81
Goodbye
86
The Princess
93
The Nest
100
In the Dark
116
Secret Word Puzzle
118

Kublai Kahn
54
The Yellow Lamas
63

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About the author (2012)

Paul McCusker was born in 1958 in Uniontown, Pennsylvania, but grew up in Bowie, Maryland, outside of Washington D. C. He graduated college with a degree in Journalism; his first works were dramatic plays. McCusker's dramatic writing also extended to musicals. He was nominated for a Dove Award for A Time for Christmas, with music and lyrics by David Clydesdale, Steve Amerson & Lowell Alexander. His novels include The Mill House and Epiphany (nominated for a ECPA Gold Medallion Award) and You Say Tomato with best-selling British writer Adrian Plass. He has also authored The Mill House, and its sequel A Season of Shadows. His newest project is his medical thriller, TSI: The Gabon Virus, co-written with Dr. Walt Larimore.

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