Gideon's Spear by Darby KarchutGideon's Spear by Darby Karchut

Gideon's Spear

byDarby Karchut

Paperback | February 4, 2014

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For Finn MacCullen, it's time to Irish up. With a shout, Finn held the spear aloft. Come along, ye manky beasties, he yelled, throwing every bit of Gideon-ness he could into his voice. I've a wee point to share with ye! Gripping the end of the shaft in both hands, he swung it around and around over his head, creating a whistling sound. Faugh a ballagh! The Spear! Goblin voices screeched in panic. The Spear of the Tuatha De Danaan! Yeah, you got that right! Finn yelled back. When a power-crazed sorceress and the neighborhood pack of beast-like goblins team up and threaten both his master and his friends, thirteen-year-old Finn (not Finnegan) MacCullen does the only thing an apprentice monster hunter can do: he takes the fight to the enemy. And woe to the foe he meets along the way.
Award-winning author Darby Karchut has long been fascinated by mythology and hero stories from around the world. Drawing from extensive knowledge of world cultures, she blends ancient myths with modern urban life to write stories that relate to young teens today--snark and all. She currently lives in Colorado Springs with her husband, ...
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Title:Gideon's SpearFormat:PaperbackDimensions:240 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.7 inPublished:February 4, 2014Publisher:Spencer Hill PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1937053946

ISBN - 13:9781937053949

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It's rare to find a sequel that raises the bar, but ye gods! Karchut has done it with Gideon's Spear! Loads of action and humor, as well as a formidable new enemy, will keep readers turning the pages right to the end of Finn MacCullen's latest adventure. -- Jeannie Mobley, author of Katerina's Wish