The Lost City of Faar (Pendragon Book 2)

by D. J. MacHale

Ebook, 2009



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Aladdin (2009), Edition: Repackage ed., 410 pages


Bobby finds himself in the territory of Cloral, a world entirely covered by water, which is nearing a huge disaster. He learns that it is up to him to help rid the area of marauders and locate the legendary lost land of Faar, which may hold the key to Cloral's survival.


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LibraryThing member hoosgracie
Bobby and Press head off to the water world, Cloral where they have to save the world from a poisonous fertilizer. This is one of my favorites in the series.
LibraryThing member Worrier
Saint Dane is at it again but this time it is on Coral! Can Bobby find the lost city of Faar, save it Before Saint Dane Completely destroys Coral!
LibraryThing member LAteacher
The Lost City of Faar is based on the theme of survival and good v.s. evil. Giving this book a five star rating, you can tell that it is an excellent book. This book has a winding plot which makes this book very enjoyable. This book is a fun read for all ages and the author uses vivid words to
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describe the action making a movie play in your head. The book is about a 14 year old Bobby Pendragon who tries to save the world from evil destruction of an evil character called Saint Dane. Bobby chases him through time as he tries to stop him and do his job. I think that the whole story was great apart from the part where one of my favorite characters, Uncle Press, dies.
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LibraryThing member JessicaB1
Like the first book, this one is AMAZING! It is filled with more adventure and is very very very good.
LibraryThing member savageknight
Wow. I love Cloral! I love the idea for this Territory and this adventure was really something! Lots of tragic moments but a pace that doesn't stop! Even the "real world" / Second Earth storyline was making me jumpy but it was SO wonderfully handled by the end that I was almost applauding :) A
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great 2nd book and I'm jumping right into the 3rd!
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LibraryThing member BrWe0309
this book is the second of the pendragon series. it's full of more myteries, the secret city of farr on the underwater territory of cloral, and a mysterious plauge that thretens to destroy all.
LibraryThing member alfgeir
this book is has a great story line and i was captivated ofter the first three pages, it has an amazing story line with many twists and turns. the adventure is great and the cliff hangers make you just want to dive in some and devour the book as quickley as you can just to find out what happens in
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the escapades of bobby, spader and press.
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LibraryThing member amwo
So, I was kind of hoping this would be a Supernatural book, just so I could stick to the Genre of the Month, but it is obviously a fantasy. (With some sci-fi thrown in!) Okay, so L gave me this book at our last book club, and I have to say it ended up being pretty dang amazing! (Although there was
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no romance.) Anyways, to the review!

So, this is kind of a random non content related thing, but the first thing I liked about this book was it's smell. Call me crazy, but I miss the smell of the paper that was in all of my first chapter books. The rough greyish kind, do you remember? Well I didn't notice people stopped using it until I read this book and noticed the first paperback version came out in 2003, so it explained the paper. Anyways, actual content stuff now. Well, I have to warn you that this book is a sequel, and I did not read the first book. I think you should be fine with not reading the first, because the first two chapters catch you up on whats going on, which is a little boring but when you get to where Bobby enters Cloral, the pace really picks up. Okay, I love love LOVED the characters and their dialogue in this book. On Cloral, Bobby befriends a guy named Spader (who is the Traveler from Cloral but he doesn't know it yet.) and I absolutely loved Spader. I'd imagine Spader had somewhat of an Australian or British accent, just based on the way he says things like 'mate.' But he also has his own dialogue that is specific to the younger people on Cloral. Spader is VERY energetic and runs around saying things like 'Hobey-ho!' and 'We're in a bit of a tum-tigger aren't we, mate?' This may seem very goofy to you, but that is one of the best parts of the book. MacHale really knows how to come up with some great dialogue. Tell you the truth, I kind of have a little book crush on Spader. But off the topic of Spader now. Not only were the characters and dialogue amazing, but I loved the plot and setting. I don't know about you, but I love the idea of Atlantis possibly existing, and Faar is Cloral's version of Atlantis. Cloral itself is a world I want to live in. Everyone lives on huge, floating cities and gets ood from underwater farms. And everything there uses water in a way to make something or power something. I really loved the idea of water poweringerything. Their guns and cannons shoot water! (Which sounds ineffective, but it really was effective.) I've always been a bit of a sci-fi geek, so I wasn't exactly kicking and screaming at the thought of some sci-fi mixed in with my Fantasy. I know I've been rambling and basically just saying how I have a crush on Spader and want to live on Cloral, but that should be a hint to how amazing this book is. If it wasn't amazing, I wouldn't want to live in that world. Excuse my rambling :) But long story short, read this book!

ps. I really didn't get that into the chapters on Earth where his friends were reading the journal, but they are important, and it was probably due to the fact that I didn't get to know them in the first book.
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LibraryThing member sparklegirl
Once again, I loved this book!!

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