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Cephalox the Cyber Squid (Sea Quest #1)

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A brand-new underwater adventure from Adam Blade, author of the Beast Quest series!

Max's home, the floating city of Aquora, is attacked by Cephelox the Cyber Squid and his father is carried away by the Robobeast. Max and his robodog, Rivet, set off on a rescue mission. Along the way, they meet Lia, a princess of an ancient race of Merryns who live underwater. The Merryn's
Paperback, 128 pages
Published April 1st 2013 by Scholastic Paperbacks (first published March 1st 2013)
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Rick Silva
My son (age 8) enjoyed a couple of Adam Blade's Beast Quest books, which he got from his school library, but they were random installments in the series, so when I went Christmas shopping, I thought he might prefer to start at the beginning. We don't always have the best selection of English-language books at the bookstores here in Saigon, so I wasn't able to find the first Beast Quest. I did spot this, the first installment in Adam Blade's Sea Quest series.

The setting of these stories is intere
Julianna Helms
Apr 07, 2013 Julianna Helms rated it really liked it
Actual, full review: Original is here. (Note: Due to copy-and-paste, some formatting and links may have been lost.)

This review is written by my ten-year-old brother, who I figured was perfect for reviewing this book since he's in its intended demographic and loved Adam Blade's Beast Quest.

The Characters:
Max is a smart, brave boy, and his ability to learn quickly makes him a very admirable hero. I didn't necessarily like Lia, the princess of Merryns, because she got angry very easily when Max cou
Marie Smith
Apr 06, 2014 Marie Smith rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
A good little lunch-time book to read, if you've got a spare half hour or so to spare its a great little read. Most likely aimed for 10 year olds its still enjoyable for the older reader. A tale beneath the ocean for of intrigue and fight to survive.
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I always like to read the first book in a series. I would recommend it for boys especially ages 7-10.
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Adam Blade is the house name for the Working Partners Ltd. ghostwriters who write the Beast Quest and Sea Quest series.

Adam Blade is in his late twenties, and was born in Kent, England. His parents were both history teachers and amateur artists, and Adam grew up surrounded by his father’s paintings of historic English battles – which left a lifelong mark on his imagination. He was also fascinated
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