Synopses & Reviews
The adventure continues in this second book in the New York Times bestselling series.
In the world of Erdas, only a rare few are able to summon a spirit animal in the way Conor, Abeke, Meilin, and Rollan have. The bond they share with their animals is a partnership that allows them to access more-than-human abilities.
But what if there was another way to create a spirit animal--to force the bond, giving the human partner total control? And what if someone with selfish intensions was offered this gift . . . with a catch?
The four young heroes have barely had time to come together as a team, and their own spirit animal bonds are still greatly untested. But now they face a brutal confrontation against an enemy who will break any rule to defeat them.
The adventure continues in this second book of the epic multiplatform fantasy series.
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In the second installment in the Robots Rule series, George is thrilled to score his dream job at Tinker Tech Industries. But he and his best pal Jackbot soon realize that something does not compute. Gizmos and gadgets combine with mystery-by-the-megabyte in this rollicking robot adventure for readers ages 9 to 12.
Having defeated the rampaging robots in The Junkyard Bot, George is thrilled to score his dreamand#160;internship at Tinker Tech. But he and his best pal, Jackbot, realize that something does not compute when a dangerous new invention threatens Terabyte Heights. As he and his friends search for answers, they uncover secrets about Georgeandrsquo;s past that may change his life . . . forever.
and#160;and#160;and#160;and#160;and#160;and#160;and#160; Robots, engineering, and buddy stories have never been this cool, or this much fun. Perfect forand#160;restless readersand#160;who crave gizmos, gadgets, and mystery by the megabyte! Visit www.robotsrulebooks.com to learn more. and#160;
About the Author
C. J. Richards has loved tinkering with gadgets since he was a little boy. He remembers fondly the time he accidentally blew up his fatherand#8217;s radio after some experimental rewiring. Mr. Richards lives with his wife, his cat, and his eight televisions.
Goro Fujita has been fascinated by drawing since childhood. He was born in Japan and moved with his family to Germany when he was three years old. He now lives in California, where he works as an illustrator and visual development artist on feature films and TV commercials.