But not for anything like this. Feeling my way back over to the door, I peered through the little window. Or tried to, anyway. That pushed my panic up another notch. Let me out of here! Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.
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One person found this helpful. This book is just awesome. Just read it once you will get addicted of this series. Is the print of book in colour or black and white. See all 3 reviews.
Most helpful customer reviews on Amazon. From kidnapped children to mysterious murders, this book has it all. Frank has been kidnapped and has no clue where he is. Meanwhile, Joe is frantic with worry and having his own problems. Once again, Franklin W. Dixon weaves a spooky mystery that leaves you hanging, fearing what will happen next. My 10 year old daughter loved the book and the other 2 associated books too.
I bought these books for my son. I ordered them used. They did arrive in time but one of the books was covered in library stamps and stickers. Which doesn't look too cool when your son sees this and the books are a gift for christmas.
This was not described in the description of the books. They were described as very good. Well, one of the books was good but the other was not. Glancing that way, I saw a mountain lion perched on a ledge, staring down at me. As the big cat leaped down and bounded toward me, I spun around and started running again. My legs felt like waterlogged bags of sand.
An ATAC agent never gives up. Sounded like my cell phone. I was too busy to answer at the moment, but I was pretty sure I knew who was calling. They were probably checking in to see if Joe and I had made any progress on our mission yet. Where was my brother? As I ran, I searched my mind for the answer. Had the animals gotten him? How had I ended up here, anyway? I sat bolt upright, my heart pounding. It had been a dream!
The grizzly, the wolves, the mountain lion, the crazy chase, all of it. I reached out, feeling for my alarm clock to hit the off button. My hand hit something hard and unyielding. I blinked, trying to help my eyes adjust. That was weird too. What time was it, anyway? It glows in the dark unless I hit the little button to deactivate that feature. Had I done that before going to sleep? I felt my left wrist with my other hand.
It took a few minutes. I was feeling pretty groggy overall, actually. Okay, the buzzing was getting annoying now. Also, I was slowly realizing something else. Joe always said it sounded like a barnyard next door. That thought helped wake me up a little more. I tried to shake the grogginess from my mind. I felt as exhausted as if I really had just outrun all those animals from my dream. Speaking out loud, hearing my own voice, actually made me feel a little more alert.
So I kept it up. I live in Bayport, outside New York City. I was on an ATAC mission. Still feeling fuzzy, I searched my mind for the details. It had all started in the usual way. ATAC had contacted us about the mission. Dad knows, of course, since he started the group. In this case, we were posing as students writing a paper on a series of missing kids known as the Misty Falls Lost.
Over the past twelve years, eight children had disappeared while camping at the ruggedly beautiful state park. Until one of the kids returned.
His reappearance had reopened the case, and things had only gotten weirder from there. But nothing quite as weird as this. I squeezed my eyes shut, trying to focus.
The last thing I could remember was being at our campsite in the park. A big grizzly had turned up and taken a swipe at Joe. That explained my weird dream, I guess. Had the bear gotten me, too? Was I in the hospital? And what had happened to Joe? Panic grabbed at me again. I realized the buzzing noise had finally stopped. That was a relief. Shoving back the scratchy blanket, I carefully swung my feet around, searching for the edge of the bed I was on. When I felt cool metal beneath my hands, I realized it was more like a cot.
My feet touched a hard, cool, smooth floor. I pushed off with my arms, staggering to my feet. It was still too dark to see anything, so I felt my way around. I carefully scooted down the tunnel. It got darker the farther I went, the layers of rubble shutting out daylight. Rumbling, like the sounds you hear right before a killer thunderstorm.
I sucked in my breath. Was it about to. But then I heard it. It was the rubble around me! Just then the rock I was standing on shifted, seeming to drop down from under me. I let out a scream as the world around me collapsed. Then something huge and heavy hit my head and the whole world went black. Buy from another retailer: The third book of the Blair-witch-like abduction trilogy. Frank has been discovered at long last and may posess key answers to questions that will solve the mystery of the LOST abductions once and for all.
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