Addison Cooke and the Tomb of the Khan

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Addison Cooke, along with his sister, Molly, and their friends Eddie and Raj, are back in the second book of the Addison Cooke series. Everything about this book is just as thrilling, fun, exciting, and informative as the first book if not more so!

This time, Addison and his friends find themselves on a trip to China with his archaeologist/historian aunt and uncle. Addison is fully aware that the trip is likely to be fraught with peril and adventure, but his friend Eddie is sure it’s just going to be a nice vacation. It turns out Addison is correct, and it’s up to him and his friends to help his aunt and uncle and find the long-lost tomb of Genghis Khan.

This book is perfect for anyone looking for a fun adventure. Readers will learn about the exotic location while having the time of their lives reading along as Addison and his team scheme, fight, discover, and joke together. Everything about this book is brilliant. The characters are unique, distinct, and fun. Addison’s prized article of clothing is a white dinner jacket, his sister is an aspiring ninja, Raj is a survivalist wannabe, and Eddie just wants to be a kid. This is a series to watch!

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Star Count 5/5
Format Hard
Page Count 464 pages
Publisher Philomel Books
Publish Date 2017-Nov-14
ISBN 9780399173783 Buy this Book
Issue January 2018
Category Tweens


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