Published: New York : Listening Library, 2007 Description: 1 online resource ISBN/ISSN: 9780739351055, Language: English
Title from: Title details screen
Number of tracks: 8
Transfer to Apple device: Yes
OverDrive subjects: Fantasy, Mystery, Young Adult Fiction
Reader: Denis O'Hare
This amazing fantasy novel combines history, folklore, mythology, and legend to create an adventure that will long be remembered. Twins Sophie and Josh are ready for a spectacular summer in San Francisco. They both found jobsSophie will work afternoons in the coffee shop memorizing the fragrant teas, while Josh will be across the street at the antique bookstore. The bookstore ownerNick Flemminghas a few secrets up his sleeve. Nick Flemming has been known for nearly 700 years as the greatest Alchemyst of all timeNicholas Flamel. He is the translator and keeper of the Book of Abraham the Magethe most powerful book to ever exist because it holds the secret to eternal life. When The Immortals come to steal the book, Sophie and Josh must find it before time runs out. Without the book, Nicholas and his wife will die and their secrets will be lost forever
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