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Tunnels of Zarahemla (The Liahona Legacies, #3)

3.96  ·  Rating Details ·  45 Ratings  ·  5 Reviews
With Hero, Bubba, K.P and Bean safely back; the rest of the Team gathers for a closer look at The Treasure. As Stick, Runt, Red and Bear begin playing with it; a blinding flash of light fills the treehouse. As the Team recovers from the shock, they suddenly realize that the boys are gone!

Thrust into the past, the boys face peril and treachery at every turn. Forced into a n
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288 pages
Published 2005 by Sounds of Zion Incorporated
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Feb 10, 2012 Josh rated it liked it
These are fun stories but no offense intended to the author but they are not well written. Mostly I say this because of the way the dialogue is written. If you break down the sentence structure and the words that are used it's fine, but the problem is that it s a dialogue and mostly from kids. An adult speaking that way I can buy but kids don't talk that way or use the words that are used
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Recommends it for: My dad, people who like adventures and people who like foreign countries and solving mysteries
Recommended to Nathan by: My parents
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Tina Storrs Monson was born in Provo, Utah, but moved to San Diego, California by the time she was two. She is the second of eight children and one of seven girls in her family. Her writing is strongly influenced by her hometown experiences and her large family, whose flair for story telling never ends.

As a direct descendant of Heber C. Kimball and Orson Pratt, the stories told to her by her pare
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