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Huber Hill and the Golden Staff of Cibola (Huber Hill #3)

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Cíbola, the city of gold, is just a myth—or is it? As Huber and his friends search for a magical golden staff, they must believe in the legends and follow the clues that will lead them to this fabled city. But with a madman and a deadly secret society right on their trail, it quickly becomes a race for their lives! Huber’s final installment will keep any adventurer captiva ...more
Hardcover, 256 pages
Published October 8th 2013 by Cedar Fort Publishing & Media (first published October 1st 2013)
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Aug 10, 2013 Rhonda rated it really liked it


This is the third book of the series. It could stand alone but is better if you have read the other books. Now saying that I have not read the first book of the series. I enjoyed it. I have read a ecopy of Huber Hill and the Golden Staff of Cibola of the ARC. I
think it has some problems with the formatting which should be fixed by the time it is for sale. Those errors were distracting and I felt like I was translating it to English and having to figure out the missing letters in the words
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Aug 15, 2013 Julie Prince rated it it was amazing
I read the ARC of this book which was given to me by the author. ARCs are always a bit rough around the edges, I was surprised that the story flowed as well as it did.

The Golden Staff of Cíbola is the final book of the Huber Hill series. I thoroughly enjoyed the conclusion and it's obvious that Bostick continues to improve as a writer with each subsequent book. What makes this a quality series is that each book stands on its own.

The Golden Staff of Cibola takes place in New Mexico. Having been r
Oct 24, 2016 Mckayc rated it really liked it
The book was great with a lot of tension and tricks behind the corner and lots of action. the characters were great and the hole time they had you waiting to see what happens next. the went on a eventful adventure going through caves and fowling clues like a treasure hunt. the main character changes by learning how to be a leader. he learns to show bravery and following through on the plan. he also learns to be a good team helper and not only a leader. What i liked about this book was that the ...more
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Oct 14, 2013 Lillian Angelovic rated it it was amazing
Shelves: fiction, middle-grade
Huber Hill and his companions - and enemies - race to the ending of this enjoyable series. Just as he did in the first two books, B. K. Bostick expertly melds history, legend, rich cultures, and modern-day youthful adventure. I lost sleep for this one! Despite difficult challenges and seemingly constant setbacks, Huber and his companions battle on in their quest to somehow foil the greedy, power-hungry, and resourceful men who will stop at nothing to achieve their selfish desires. Along the way, ...more
Aug 20, 2013 Zippy rated it it was amazing
These books are fun, suspense filled series of adventures. This one did not disappoint. My 12 year old said it was awesome and one of the best books he has read in a while. I read it quickly, as an adult might, since it is written for the young audience, but I was not bored at any point and it was not as predictable as a 3rd in a series has the potential to be. You definitely need to have read the previous books in the series to know the characters and their stories. The story moves along at a ...more
Jul 12, 2015 Amanda rated it liked it
This was hands-down my favorite book in the series. Although you have to suspend your disbelief a little about some of the traps and locations here, I still think it was the most fun of the books to read, as well as the easiest to get into. Very Indiana Jones-esque. And, I liked that the puzzles they had to solve were physical as well as cerebral; I imagine it's the kind of book I would have really enjoyed as a younger reader. The flow was better than the previous two books and I thought it was ...more
Sep 04, 2013 Nan rated it really liked it
Great story for middle readers. The story moves at a pretty good pace. I haven't read the others in the series, but I don't think it was necessary for this story. It can be read as a stand alone story.
I would recommend this book and think that students would enjoy it as well.
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B.K. Bostick, author of Dead Man's Treasure, resides among the magnificent Rocky Mountains. In addition to writing, he has spent his career in education. He earned his Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Utah and his Masters in Psychology from Utah State University. He has worked as a teacher, after school program coordinator, junior high school counselor, and most recently as a ...more
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