The empty kingdom : the mark of Solomon. book 2 (Book, 2008) [University of Maryland, College Park]
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The empty kingdom : the mark of Solomon. book 2

Author: Elizabeth Wein
Publisher: New York : Viking, 2008.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : Secondary (senior high) school : EnglishView all editions and formats
Summary:
One-armed Telemakos, imprisoned on the upper levels of Abreha's, ruler of Himyar, twelve-story palace and lacking any way to communicate his predicament to his family in far-away Aksum, tries to find a subtle and effective way to regain his freedom.
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Genre/Form: Fiction
History
Juvenile works
Juvenile fiction
Material Type: Fiction, Secondary (senior high) school, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Elizabeth Wein
ISBN: 9780670062737 0670062731
OCLC Number: 167491853
Notes: Sequel to: The lion hunter.
Description: 217 pages : map, genealogical tables ; 22 cm.
Responsibility: Elizabeth E. Wein.

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One-armed Telemakos, imprisoned on the upper levels of Abreha's, ruler of Himyar, twelve-story palace and lacking any way to communicate his predicament to his family in far-away Aksum, tries to find a subtle and effective way to regain his freedom.
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A nice addition to any library.

by AnchorageSchools (WorldCat user published 2009-11-11) Good Permalink

     Telemakos, a 14 year old boy, is being held captive by an enemy ruler.  Telemakos, through acts of intelligence and bravery, earns the respect of his captors.  The goal of the plot is vague and too convoluted to be a truly excellent book.  There were too many...
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