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The Baghdad Mission

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Fifteen year old Alan overhears his cousin Hugo talking with the bishop to kill him. Alan flees for his life on a Radianite ship as a stowaway. When he is discovered, the crew is suspicious of him and the cabin boy Rae, despises him. After Alan realizes Rae will be his teacher, will he be able to avenge his father after traveling to Baghdad? And will he be able to win the ...more
Library Binding, 192 pages
Published August 1st 1994 by Lerner Publishing Group (first published 1994)
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Feb 08, 2013 Jacinda rated it really liked it
It's really good for a younger young adult book (I'm not sure where the line is drawn between children's books and young adult fiction). The dialogue is in no way authentic and it can be cheesy at times, but if you're looking for a sweet, Princess Bride like read for someone around 10-13, this is a good choice.
Nov 20, 2013 rated it it was amazing
The adventurous tales of a young man whose also a stow away on a boat is destined to kill his evil cousin who killed his dad and took over his kingdom growing up fighting pirates, saving the holey roman emperors life and having a little love on the side this is all in one book the Baghdad mission.
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