Mysteries Of The Overworld: An Unofficial Overworld Heroes Adventure, Book Two by Danica DavidsonMysteries Of The Overworld: An Unofficial Overworld Heroes Adventure, Book Two by Danica Davidson

Mysteries Of The Overworld: An Unofficial Overworld Heroes Adventure, Book Two

byDanica Davidson

Paper over Board | March 13, 2018

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Stevie and Alex are still looking for answers about the mysterious Ender crystal Stevie discovered, and the sinister voice that seems to emanate from it. Their search leads them to a strange book filled with writing in a strange language, and pictures that seem to show two adventurers trapping the evil Ender Dragon in the End.

As the writing in the book slowly reveals itself, the friends realize that the Overworld is in danger! The Ender crystal Stevie stumbled upon in the Overworld is one piece of an enchanted crystal that, if fully assembled, could either destroy the dragon—or set it free to destroy the world!

Now Stevie and his friends must race to find the pieces of the broken Ender crystal. Can they find them all before the Ender Dragon discovers a way to stop them?

Fans of Minecraft will be at the edge of their seats all the way through this second book in the Unofficial Overworld Heroes Adventure series by Danica Davidson!
Danica Davidson has written for MTV, The Onion, the Los Angeles Times, and about fifty other publications. She is also the author of the Unofficial Overworld Adventure series, as well as Manga Art for Beginners from Skyhorse Publishing.
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Title:Mysteries Of The Overworld: An Unofficial Overworld Heroes Adventure, Book TwoFormat:Paper over BoardDimensions:112 pages, 8 × 5 × 0.5 inPublished:March 13, 2018Publisher:Sky PonyLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1510728511

ISBN - 13:9781510728516

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“Any fan of Minecraft will enjoy reading about Stevie’s adventures.” —Sci Fi MagazinePraise for Escape from the Overworld by Danica Davidson:“The book’s humor stems mostly from the differences between the real and Minecraft worlds, but you don’t have to know much more about Minecraft than that it is made of cubes to understand it. . . The story touches on themes of bullying, particularly of kids who look different—as Stevie does in the real world and Maison in Minecraft.” —School Library Journal