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Tomb of Doom (Zac Power: Classic #5)

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Meet Zac Power - the ultimate boy hero with a secret spying career. Zac tracks down the enemy and saves the day every time. He has super-cool gadgets - an amphibious submersible vehicle, a mini-fighter jet and a stink bomb - to name but a few.
Paperback, 90 pages
Published April 3rd 2007 by Egmont Books (UK)
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Katy Vance
Well, it's not as good as the Beast Quest, I don't think. But it sure has inventive spy gear all over the place.

Easy read, crazy twists and fun overall. It's like Indiana Jones if he was a kid with with Q from James Bond working for him, complete with a hot lady villain. This book isn't going to build better humans, but it's a rollicking fun ride, especially for kids who fancy themselves a secret agent.
Dec 01, 2012 MrsHamel rated it liked it
Description: This book feature Zac on holiday with his family in Egypt, when he is pulled away to help find a GIB agent in a tomb. He comes across many obstacles, conviently familiar from his spy-recommended video game!

Reaction: A very easy read with lots of graphics. The use of modern technologies will be relevant to students.

Recommended Level: Intermediate

Subjects/Themes: egypt, spy, adventure

Series Information:5th book in the Zac Power series. Books can easily be understood in any order.
Shawn Bird
Dec 17, 2012 Shawn Bird rated it it was amazing
A fun read for 8-10 year old boys ready for beginning chapter books. Hieroglyphics to decode, diagrams of spy products, adventures, and video games, are all entertaining elements. The deus ex machina solutions to this problems are funny.
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Oh my gosh I loved these books so much as a kid! I remember this one best for some inexplicable reason.
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After three years, it is finally time to lift the lid on the secret identity of the Zac Power series’ best-selling author, H.I. Larry.

Zac Power’s world of adventure and espionage has been immensely successful, with around fifty exciting stories published and over a million copies sold in Australia alone. The ‘H.I. Larry’ pseudonym was used to keep the series consistent (and boringly, ensure that a
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